Accelerating global access to life-saving vaccines.

We apply rigorous science to build knowledge and support for the value of vaccines.

Updates
Webinar: How will COVID-19 Vaccines be Deployed in Maryland and the U.S.?
December 2020

Register: The International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) on October 21 2020 at 11:00am EDT will host a 60-minute webinar, “How will COVID-19 Vaccines be Deployed in Maryland and the U.S.? A conversation with state and local leaders working to equitably allocate vaccines in 2020 and beyond.“ Description: Join us for an online panel about COVID-19 […]

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IVAC REPORT TRACKS GLOBAL GAINS MADE TO REDUCE BURDEN OF CHILD PNEUMONIA AND DIARRHEA DEATHS
November 2020

Released ahead of World Pneumonia Day, November 12, the latest annual Pneumonia and Diarrhea Progress Report from the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) shows some bright spots in preventing child pneumonia and diarrhea deaths, but service disruptions due to COVID-19 may threaten decades of progress in reducing global child mortality. Pneumonia and diarrhea kill more […]

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Watch World Pneumonia Day Panel Discussion (Nov 2020)
October 2020

Pneumonia claims the lives of more young children than any other disease – over 800,000 children under 5 each year worldwide are lost to this largely preventable infectious disease. The COVID-19 pandemic now threatens global progress on preventing and treating childhood pneumonia, potentially reversing decades of health gains for the world’s most vulnerable children. A […]

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Digital Tools

IVAC’s digital platforms contain downloadable vaccine introduction maps, messaging compendiums, advocacy guides, and more.

Where We Work

IVAC works with governments and major research institutions in 38 countries

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