Veterans of Ghana’s immunisation programme look back

28 May 2024

At the World Health Assembly of 1974, countries committed to a programme of routine childhood vaccination. In 1978, Ghana put its pledge into practice. The years since have seen profound, if not always linear, progress.

Jessica Pulay steps down from IFFIm Board of Directors

08 May 2024

Her departure marks the conclusion of over four years of dedicated service to the organisation.

Rotavirus vaccination slows down a major childhood killer in Pakistan

25 Apr 2024

Since 2017, Pakistani children have been getting vaccinated against the major cause of deadly diarrhoea. Health leaders and workers say the effects are evident – even if there’s further to go.

Donors set sights on IFFIm’s upcoming role in Gavi replenishment

24 Apr 2024

The Gavi Secretariat and IFFIm Board convened an IFFIm donors' meeting on 25 March to kick off the IFFIm replenishment conversation as part of the overall Gavi 6.0 replenishment ask.

New data shows vaccines have saved 154 million lives in the past 50 years

24 Apr 2024

An analysis of the impact of 50 years of the global vaccine programme shows the extraordinary value of vaccination.

IFFIm welcomes Augustin Flory

24 Apr 2024

He joins at a crucial time as Gavi is mobilising for an ambitious replenishment for its next strategic phase.

Fitch Improves IFFIm's Outlook to Stable; Affirms at 'AA-'

24 Apr 2024

IFFIm’s rating is largely based on that of its sovereign donors, “driven by the extraordinary support it receives from its donor countries,” said Fitch’s report, published 3 April 2024.