Public Private Partnerships in Global Immunization: Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) and Partners
Foster, Stanley O.
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An estimated 2.5 million children under five die from disease preventable by immunization. While significant progress has been made since the WHO Expanded Program of Immunization began in 1972, biomedical, biophysical, and operational research have developed new vaccines for Pneumonia, Meningitis A, rotavirus, and Human Papilloma Virus. Led by GAVI, public private partnerships are opening new channels for vaccine development, vaccine production, and program implementation for low resource countries.
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