Listing of all graphs, tables and information diagrams in the 2011 Progress Report.
Pages containing data:
- Accelerate vaccines 2011 witnessed an unprecedented acceleration in the roll-out of life-saving vaccines in developing countries.
- By the year end By the year end, nearly all GAVI- supported countries had been approved for pentavalent vaccine, more than half for pneumococcal...
- Delivering on the GAVI mission GAVI’s 2011–2015 strategy has three indicators, each with specific targets, to measure progress against the overall mission.
- Donor contributions to the GAVI Alliance Cash received by GAVI (in US$ millions) as of 31 December 2011.
- Donor contributions to the GAVI Alliance Innovative finance mechanisms: AMC and IFFIm
- GAVI support 2011 GAVI to support nine more countries with routine measles vaccine...
- GAVI supports the countries most in need To ensure its focus on the poorest countries in the world, GAVI applies an eligibility threshold for support that is based on gross national income (GNI).
- Increase predictability & sustainability Securing sustainable and predictable funding for immunisation programmes is critical to GAVI’s mission.
- Managing risk in cash support programmes The GAVI Secretariat makes every effort to mitigate against the misuse of GAVI’s cash-based support, and has established a series of financial control mechanisms and safeguards...
- Number of approvals for GAVI vaccine support Number of approvals for GAVI support, year by year.
- Over 19 million children remain unimmunised Although immunisation rates are at their highest level ever, averaging over 80% across GAVI-supported countries, nearly one in five children is still not receiving routine vaccinations.