Give every child a healthy start at life with the vaccines they need.

Not many of us grow up to be World Cup soccer players, but thankfully most of us are given a healthy start at life.

Yet incredibly, 1 in 5 children around the world today still don’t have access to life-saving, childhood vaccines.

But we can change that fact. How? In partnership with the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI). This amazing partnership has saved more than 6 million children's lives and helped immunize 440 million kids since 2000.

And this year, if it gets the funding it deserves, GAVI can save more than 5 million additional lives in the next 5 years. That’s a goal worth cheering for.

Take action now and tell world leaders that all children deserve a healthy start at life.

Dear World leaders,

Every child deserves a healthy start at life. But 1 in 5 children still don't get the vaccines they need. That's wrong. Please step up your support of the GAVI Alliance and help save more than 5 million children's lives over the next 5 years.

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Going for Goal Report

Learn how GAVI and vaccines are saving lives.

ONE’s new report looks at each team playing in this summer’s World Cup (as well as a few others who didn’t make the cut), analysing their countries’ contributions to global immunisation efforts and offering up “pundit’s verdicts” for their future performance. It also spotlights GAVI’s “corporate sponsors,” and offers 5 key recommendations around vaccine financing, coverage, and equity that will help make GAVI’s game plan a success.

Download the full report

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What is GAVI?

The GAVI Alliance (GAVI) is a public-private partnership that helps to ensure that more children can access the vaccines they need to stay healthy. Since 2000, GAVI has supported the immunization of 440 million children and has saved more than 6 million lives. But now it is facing a new challenge: by raising an additional $7.5 billion over the next five years, it can support the immunisation of an additional 300 million children and save more than 5 million additional lives.