Gates Foundation donated $1.6 billion to support vaccination in the poorest countries

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 Gates Foundation donated $1.6 billion to support vaccination in the poorest countries


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The bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced on June 4 local time that it will provide GAVI with a five-year grant totaling $1.6 billion to deliver vaccines to the worlds poorest countries.

Novel coronavirus pneumonia is reported to be the Gavis total fund to be used in the next strategic stage, and will continue to support regular immunization activities during the new crown pneumonia outbreak. GAVI will vaccinate an additional 300 million children in the worlds most vulnerable communities on an existing basis. At that time, the total number of children vaccinated with GAVIs support will exceed 1 billion.

GAVI, an international organization founded in 2000, aims to bring together the public and private sectors to make new, underused vaccines available to children in the poorest countries.

GAVI has provided 433 new vaccines to 73 of the poorest countries over the past 20 years, vaccinating more than 760 million people, CEO Seth Berkeley said at the Gates Foundations global health and development media seminar in April. GAVI also has a global vaccine reserve to deal with health threats such as cholera, yellow fever, meningitis and Ebola.

Novel coronavirus pneumonia, novel coronavirus pneumonia, will be awarded the Gates Foundations $100 million grant in support of the $1 billion 600 million commitment. It will support the Gavis new new cap vaccine pneumonia pre market procurement commitment mechanism for the purchase of new crown pneumonia vaccine in low-income countries. This includes $50 million in grants already pledged by the Gates Foundation at the global response Summit on coronavirus in May.

The Gates Foundation said the announced $1.6 billion commitment includes $75 million in grants the foundation promised to GAVI matching in January 2020. Although there are not many people who know about GAVI outside the global health field, GAVI has changed the way countries around the world invest in and protect childrens health in the past 20 years. Novel coronavirus pneumonia reminds us again of the importance of vaccination, Gates said. The vaccine can protect us from the dangers of fatal diseases, said Melinda Gates, CO chair of the new fund. The donation pledge made by global leaders today will help GAVI save more lives. After the advent of novel coronavirus pneumonia, Gavi will use the experience gained from vaccine delivery over the past 20 years to help new countries in low income countries to have new vaccine. Source: surging news editor: Wang Fengzhi_ NT2541

The Gates Foundation said the announced $1.6 billion commitment includes $75 million in grants the foundation promised to GAVI matching in January 2020.

Although there are not many people who know about GAVI outside the global health field, GAVI has changed the way countries around the world invest in and protect childrens health in the past 20 years. Novel coronavirus pneumonia reminds us again of the importance of vaccination, Gates said. The vaccine can protect us from the dangers of fatal diseases, said Melinda Gates, CO chair of the new fund. The donation pledge made by global leaders today will help GAVI save more lives.

After the advent of novel coronavirus pneumonia, Gavi will use the experience gained from vaccine delivery over the past 20 years to help new countries in low income countries to have new vaccine.