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Implementation of IA2030 will initially focus on a comprehensive response to the COVID-19 pandemic. An urgent priority is the rapid and equitable scale-up of COVID-19 vaccines in all countries as well as collective action to catch up on missed vaccinations and rebuild essential services. Rebuilding of immunization programmes will make a major contribution to the strengthening of primary health care systems. Effective childhood and adult immunization programmes, including COVID-19, will lie at the heart of resilient and sustainable primary health care systems that will be central to future global health security.
Member States will prioritize elements of IA2030 according to their national and regional contexts. For example, many are likely to prioritize concrete, national plans focused on COVID-19 vaccine implementation and recovery of essential health services initially. Some countries with high coverage and well-resourced programmes may focus primarily on rebutting efforts to undermine confidence in vaccines on social media platforms. Other countries may also prioritize access to affordable, quality-assured vaccine supplies or strategies to target children being missed by integrated health services. Introductions of recommended vaccines not yet included in immunization programmes may be a primary priority for other countries. Each country working to address its respective priorities within IA2030 will contribute to achieving shared global impact
Domestic financing will remain the most important contribution overall in immunization. Development partners and CSOs will specify their intended commitments and additional contributions, aligned to their technical roles and the IA2030 strategic priorities. This will ensure greater transparency and facilitate monitoring of their contributions, and promote accountability for the achievement of IA2030 goals. This process is currently being developed, and is intended to complement and align with existing pledging mechanisms such as Gavi, GPEI and others
What is the real reason for the fixation on vaccination when there are many more cheaper, easier to solve issues like clean water or crops that can grow in hostile climates?
originally posted by: Nothin
a reply to: Chalcedony
Well they all seem like highly trustworthy folks, don't they though ?
Perhaps we should let them inject our precious fragile newborns, to get stabbed with about 20 jabs of toxic poison, in their first few months of life ?
Doesn't that just sound marvelous ?
No child left behind !!!
About the amount of kids being born in hardship ridden regions. There are several different reasons. Two of the main reasons are missing birth control measures like condoms, kids are also seen as providers for the future when the parents are old and can't work anymore.
Do vaccines prevent children from being born into poverty?
If the amount of money spent on vaccines was redirected to say providing adequate clean water and hygiene and nutrition then that would prevent many of those early deaths in the first place.
The argument bill gates makes, (who has bragged about the 20/1 returns on his investment in pharmaceuticals) that vaccines will cause women in 3rd world countries to have less children is a nonsense.
originally posted by: jamespond
Well lets put it this way:
In the year 1800 in the UK, this is an age before vaccines. The mortality rate in children under 5 years old was 1 in 3.
Today it's 1 in 250.
Do the math.
IDK if he makes that argument openly but if you look at some lawsuits from India and Africa, it's a hint on what he was really saying.
The OP was asking in their second post why the push vaccines when there are alternatives available. I am curious about this too.
Do you remember how he justified that train of thought?
I think money and control is a big factor here.
Just like that interview with his wife about vaccines, where he smugly had to imply that there will be another crisis and people will be asking for it. I don't think he lost control there, that was pure evil intend hinting on how supreme he feels over others.
Implying that women are in a way hedging their bets and having more children than they want or need because they assume they will lose one or more.
This kind of thinking alone says a lot about the man, he assumes people look at their children like commodities or assets, the same way he probably does.