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Saving children’s lives and protecting people’s health by increasing equitable use of vaccines. Tweeting about & .
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Gavi 3h
kills more children under five than any other infection. But we know how to prevent it and save lives. Simple solutions like , improved sanitation and a nutritious diet have already halved the number of children dying from this disease.
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Gavi 4h
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Antimicrobial resistance is an urgent – and deadly – threat, but are one of the most powerful weapons in the fight to prevent infections in the first place. By vaccinating against , Gavi has prevented the use of millions of doses of antibiotics
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Gavi 4h
kills more children under five than any other infection, but to protect infants against this disease. -supported vaccines have saved 1.4 million lives, and by working together, we can protect millions more children around the world
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Gavi 21h
Great work, Nora! You’re never too young to be a hero and be a shining example to those around you. ⭐
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Gavi 21h
Thank you @DeafeatDD for highlighting Gavi’s role in protecting children around the world from the threat of rotavirus. Diarrhoeal diseases mostly occur in the world’s poorest countries, which is why it’s our mission to reach the unreached and protect every child.
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Gavi 23h
Cervical cancer is preventable thanks to life-saving vaccines! Gavi has helped to immunise more than 1.5 million girls with HPV vaccine since 2013. And now, an HPV vaccination programme in 🇰🇪 will save even more lives! 🙌
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Anuradha Gupta Nov 10
Hello Nairobi! I'm thrilled to be at and reunited with and - inspiring leaders & tireless champions of improved maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health.
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Gavi Nov 8
Thank you for your support and leadership! Together we can beat the world's deadliest diseases. 🙌🌎
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DefeatDD Nov 8
Rotavirus and have been available worldwide for a decade. We’ve come a long way since then, but still kills 200k children every year. New analysis outlines what could change if all countries introduced rotavirus vaccines:
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Gavi Nov 7
It only took a few seconds for this baby to be against in DRC… but there was still time to strike a pose!
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Gavi Nov 6
Thank you for your support! What a positive reminder that paying tax directly contributes to saving millions of lives around the world 🙌🌎
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Gavi Nov 6
We're very proud to support this campaign to protect millions against deadly diseases in The Democratic Republic of Congo. Measles and cholera have already claimed more Congolese lives in 2019 than Ebola, so these immunisation drives are critical.
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Seth Berkley Nov 5
We look forward to working with you to see that is fully financed to immunize >300M additional children, save 7-8 M additional lives, bring $80-100B additional economic benefits to countries & extend health systems to zero dose children/communities because
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Gavi Nov 5
You helped create Gavi in 2000 and have been one of our strongest supporters ever since. We are grateful for your leadership in making and for hosting the pledging conference next summer. Thank you, UK!
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Gavi Nov 5
We’ve all been there, Judith! Getting vaccinated can seem a little scary but if Judith can do it, so can you 💪
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Gavi Nov 5
Thank you for all the advocacy work you do to spread the message that ! This is a fantastic campaign that shows the power of immunisation and how everyone can take action to save lives.
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Gavi Nov 5
Great to be working with and to review the impact of Gavi’s support in Uganda. Identifying the biggest challenges impacting vaccine coverage is an essential part of learning how we can reach more children and strive towards
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Gavi Nov 4
"1 child dies every 20 seconds from a disease that could have been prevented by a vaccine." The statistics are frightening but there is hope. Thank you to all the volunteers for supporting Gavi and for campaigning to secure funding for !
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Gavi Nov 1
Thank you for all your support!
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Gavi Nov 1
“The DRC is the first Gavi- supported country to introduce the ROTASIIL vaccine, the introduction is paving the way for the potential of this new vaccine elsewhere in Africa and around the world” - thank you for highlighting Gavi’s role in this campaign!
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