Back in 2011, GAVI Alliance was challenged with ambitious goals. Partners and donors tasked the Alliance with immunizing 370 million children in the poorest countries in the world and averting 4 million future deaths by 2015. Halfway through the 2011-2015 period, the same partners and donors gathered in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 30 to review the progress made to date. Thanks to an unprecedented scale up in activities, our stakeholders were able to conclude that the Alliance is well on its way to meeting its bold targets. But we were also facing a different challenge. As we started to tell partners about our progress, many commented that while we were “delivering together” on the promises made in 2011, we were also not doing quite enough to let the world know about these successes. So we reached out. In the months leading to the Stockholm meeting, a number of partners such as ONE, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Bank, UN Foundation, and World Vision lent their digital platforms to carry the immunization success stories of this daily fight against childhood diseases. And many news media in the US and Europe and in implementing countries such as Ghana, added context and a critical view to these successes.