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More than US$ 1.8 billion in support for African vaccine manufacturing

Gavi’s Board approved the African Vaccine Manufacturing Accelerator (AVMA), offering up to US$1 billion for sustainable vaccine production in Africa. Additionally, a US$500 million First Response Fund will provide immediate financing for vaccine response in future pandemics.

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The creation of a first response Fund and assistance in closing routine immunization gaps are additional indicators of proactive measures to tackle future pandemics. It is by addressing the issue at its root and focusing on vaccination that Africa can contribute to strengthen healthcare systems.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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More than US$ 1.8 billion in support for African vaccine manufacturing

Gavi’s Board approved the African Vaccine Manufacturing Accelerator (AVMA), offering up to US$1 billion for sustainable vaccine production in Africa. Additionally, a US$500 million First Response Fund will provide immediate financing for vaccine response in future pandemics.

BLUMORPHO comment :

The creation of a first response Fund and assistance in closing routine immunization gaps are additional indicators of proactive measures to tackle future pandemics. It is by addressing the issue at its root and focusing on vaccination that Africa can contribute to strengthen healthcare systems.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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More than US$ 1.8 billion in support for African vaccine manufacturing

Gavi’s Board approved the African Vaccine Manufacturing Accelerator (AVMA), offering up to US$1 billion for sustainable vaccine production in Africa. Additionally, a US$500 million First Response Fund will provide immediate financing for vaccine response in future pandemics.

BLUMORPHO comment :

The creation of a first response Fund and assistance in closing routine immunization gaps are additional indicators of proactive measures to tackle future pandemics. It is by addressing the issue at its root and focusing on vaccination that Africa can contribute to strengthen healthcare systems.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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