Vaccines Getting to Poor Nations Faster
"We created a market where one didn't exist before by saying we have the money for these countries to buy vaccines."
- Rosamund Lewis, GAVI official
Amsterdam, Netherlands - The timeline for getting new vaccines to poor countries that need them most is being shortened from decades to less than two years, an alliance of U.N. agencies and government and private groups said Friday.
Lewis described a radical makeover in delivering vaccines at prices poor countries can afford.