WELCOME TO OUR FIRST NEWSLETTER | JULY 2023
The Gavi CSO Constituency is a global network of Civil Society Organisations working to promote immunisation and increase vaccination coverage worldwide. We are proud to work together to amplify the voices of civil society and ensure that vaccination programs are equitable and accessible for all.
civil society dialogue series
WED 26 JULY 2023
Theme: Build Back Together: Strengthening Partnerships for CSO-led Accountability and Equity in Immunisation
Time: 15:00-16:30 EAT
Format: Virtual (Zoom)
IMMUNIZATION TODAY PODCAST
FRI 28 JULY 2023
Post Dialogue Series
As a follow-up event, and together with CSOs, we will continue the conversation through panel discussions on Twitter Spaces.
Register as a panelist/participant.
2ND biannual sc meeting
The Steering Committee meets twice a year, and this year, the meeting will be held in October.
These meetings establish the governance structure of the Steering Committee and work on the development strategy for the Constituency.
Key Events Attended by the Steering Committee
THE SC AT THE GAVI MID TERM REVIEW
13 – 15 JUNE 2023
The Steering Committee’s participation at the MTR brought diverse perspectives and contributed to shaping global immunization strategies. Explore their valuable insights and recommendations.
- GAVI BOARD
26 – 28 JUNE 2023
- GAVI MID TERM REVIEW
13 – 15 JUNE 2023
- gavi ppc meeting, geneva
16 – 17 MAY 2023
- Multi-stakeholder Hearings on UHC, new york
8 – 9 MAY 2023
- 2nd Global Forum on Childhood Pneumonia, madrid
26 – 27 APR 2023
- sage meeting, geneva
20 – 23 MAR 2023
Malaria Vaccine Allocation in Africa
7 JULY 2023
Twelve countries across different regions in Africa are set to receive 18 million doses of the first-ever malaria vaccine over the next two years. The roll out is a critical step forward in the fight against one of the leading causes of death on the continent.
The African Union Commission (AUC) and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance (Gavi), sign an MoU
15 MAY 2023
The aim of this MoU is to increase access and accelerate the uptake of life-saving vaccines across African Union member states towards supporting immunisation, providing technical and learning assistance and health systems strengthening.