For a Better Future
A private-public sector alliance supports the development of immunization programs around the world
Maryam Mahdi | | Quick Read
Gavi’s latest replenishment conference, The Global Vaccine Summit, helped raise US$8.8 billion to improve international immunization programs. The event, which marked the alliance’s 20th anniversary, brought together representatives from 52 countries who committed to ensuring that 300 million children across the world have access to essential vaccines despite the pandemic’s impact on supply chains and logistics.
Gavi also published a manifesto that outlines the actions its donors and partners have taken to address the problem. Alongside immunization programs, companies have developed manufacturing and supply solutions that make it easier to get vaccines to hard-to-reach places. For example, Pfizer has worked with Gavi partners Zipline and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to establish a medical drone delivery system in Ghana.
The manifesto can be found here.
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