CAR - Slideshow: Multi-antigenes Vaccination campaign - 04
Vaccination is one of the most effective ways of preventing deadly diseases. And yet getting vaccines to where they're needed can be difficult.

High vaccine prices, import restrictions, logistical issues, and a challenging vaccination schedule are some of the reasons why many people - particularly children - miss out on being fully vaccinated against a host of dangerous diseases. As a result, 1.5 million children die each year from vaccine-preventable diseases. MSF teams vaccinate millions of people every year, either as part of routine vaccination, or in response to an outbreak of disease.

 
Pneumonia vaccine signs
Access to medicines

Gavi must ensure more children get new, more affordable pneumonia vaccine

Press Release 21 Jan 2020
 
MSF stunt at Gavi replenishment meeting Berlin
Access to medicines

Pharma giants shouldn’t receive multi-million dollar pneumonia vaccine subsidy

Press Release 3 Dec 2019
 
Beni ebola treatment center
DRC Ebola outbreaks

Vaccinating against Ebola in a challenging context

Project Update 3 Oct 2019
 
Ebola vaccination in Ikoko Impenge
DRC Ebola outbreaks

Independent Ebola vaccination committee is needed to overcome lack of WHO transparency

Press Release 23 Sep 2019
 
Pneumonia vaccination - Greek islands
Access to medicines

Gavi should stop awarding special funds to Pfizer and GSK for pneumonia vaccine

Press Release 26 Aug 2019
 
Measles vaccination in Mai-Ndombe Province
Democratic Republic of Congo

A deadly measles outbreak is spreading like wildfire

Project Update 16 Aug 2019