posted on Jun, 19 2010 @ 07:27 PM
The global economic crisis must not be allowed to interfere with the delivery of new vaccines to the developing world, a global health body has
The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisations (Gavi) says it needs more than $4bn (£3bn) by 2015.
This would enable it to continue existing programmes and roll out new vaccines against diarrhoea and pneumonia.
whoa..hold on here..you need a vaccine for diarrhea?
These include immunisations against pneumococcal disease - the most common form of bacterial pneumonia - and rotavirus - the most common cause of
"Children have a right to health and we have it in our power to set them on a path to healthy and productive lives. There comes a time to stop
talking and start doing. I sincerely hope that we will see donors put their money on the table," said the chair of the Gavi board, Mary Robinson.
o.k. i guess you do..hmmm.