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Vaccines are one of the most effective health interventions ever developed. We are committed to research on new vaccines, and the delivery of existing and future vaccines to those who need them. We can’t do it alone though. Donors, private industry and other partners are critical to ensuring we can reach every child.

Learn more below and visit the program page for more details about our work in this area.

World Takes Major Step Towards Ending Polio

Despite Kenya not having had a case of polio since 2013 and the African continent having gone more than 18 months without a case, I was in Kenya as part of an epic global public health journey that has moved the world even closer to consigning polio to the history books.

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Innovative Immunization Training in Nigeria

Following the Teach to Reach summit, which focused on improving immunization training, immunization specialists share successes and lessons learned in their efforts to innovate and improve around immunization training in Nigeria.

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Vaccine against Toxic Shock Syndrome successfully tested in a Phase I trial

Researchers from MedUni Vienna, in collaboration with Biomedizinische Forschungsgesellschaft mbH in Vienna, have developed the world's first vaccine against Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) and successfully tested it in a Phase I trial.

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Realizations on the Road to Reforming Immunization Supply Chains

A trip to Mozambique sheds light on the potential impact of new immunization supply chain models and the challenges that must be addressed to achieve supply chain system transformation.

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Quality Improvement by Candlelight

The experience of using the quality improvement team approach for vaccine supply chains in Rwanda and Myanmar has shown that these teams are essential to creating sustainable supply systems, led by local leaders and staff.

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