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- East Africa: Armyworm Infestation - Mar 2017
- South Sudan: Cholera Outbreak - Jul 2016
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- South Sudan: Cholera Outbreak - Jun 2015
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Gavi Board approves US$ 85 million funding window for 2019-2020 to support the introduction of typhoid conjugate vaccine in developing countries
Vientiane, 30 November 2017 – Millions of children in the poorest countries could soon be protected against typhoid fever following the Gavi Board’s approval today of a support window for typhoid conjugate vaccines (TCVs).
Communiqué de presse conjoint CDC/GAVI/UNICEF/OMS
10 novembre 2016 | NEW YORK/ATLANTA/GENÈVE - Malgré une baisse de 79% des décès dus à la rougeole dans le monde entre 2000 et 2015, près de 400 enfants meurent encore chaque jour de cette maladie, ont déclaré les principales organisations œuvrant dans le secteur de la santé dans un rapport publié aujourd’hui.
NEW YORK/ATLANTA/GENEVA, 10 November 2016 – Despite a 79 per cent worldwide decrease in measles deaths between 2000 and 2015, nearly 400 children still die from the disease every day, leading health organizations said in a report released today.
As the international community marks the seventh World Pneumonia Day, Gavi pneumococcal and pentavalent vaccines are reaching children at an accelerated pace
Geneva, 12 November 2015 – More of the world’s poorest children than ever before are now receiving protection against the leading causes of bacterial pneumonia, thanks to two key Gavi-supported vaccines. As the international community marks the seventh World Pneumonia Day, the world’s most vulnerable children now have unprecedented and accelerated access to pneumococcal and pentavalent vaccine.