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GAVI Milestones

  • By 2005, 80% of developing countries will have routine immunization coverage of at least 80% in all districts.

  • By 2002, 80% of all countries with adequate delivery systems will have introduced hepatitis B vaccine. By 2007, all countries.

  • By 2005, 50% of poorest countries with high disease burdens and adequate delivery systems will have introduced Hib vaccine.

  • By 2005, the world will be certified polio-free.

  • By 2005, the vaccine efficacy and burden of disease will be known for all regions for rotavirus and pneumococcal vaccine, and mechanisms identified to make the vaccines available to the poorest countries.

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