1. Ghana - Looking Back One Year Later


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    In April 2012, I was invited to join ONE on a trip to Ghana to celebrate the country wide rollout of two important vaccines. I'm a storyteller and think in photographers first, but having just bought a new camera for this trip, I found myself shooting some video as well. A year later it was time to do something with all that footage and thus this video. Find out more and take action today at http://www.ONE.org

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    • The search for a malaria vaccine in Tanzania


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      A 3-minute film by GAVI Alliance on the trials and search for an effective malaria vaccine. December 2012.

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      • Working at Gavi


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        A short film in which staff and supporters of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI Alliance) including Bill Gates, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and David Cameron talk about GAVI's mission to save lives and protect people's health by increasing access to immunisation in developing countries. If you ever needed a good reason to want to join GAVI's staff, you will find it here. To see video profiles of GAVI's CEO Dr Seth Berkley and individual GAVI staff members please visit gavialliance.org/careers Director Mont Tombleson, Executive producer: Dan Thomas

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        • Interviews with TV news presenter Zain Verjee during the GAVI Partners' Forum 2012


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          TV news presenter Zain Verjee interviews Zambia's First Lady, GAVI CEO Seth Berkley and GAVI Board Chair Dagfinn Hoybraten at the GAVI Partners' Forum in Tanzania, December 2012.

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          • Vaccinating against cervical cancer - HPV vaccines in Rwanda


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            Cervical cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women in developing countries. Dubbed the 'silent killer', many women are unaware of the disease until too late. In countries where cervical cancer screening and treatment services are limited, prevention is key. The immunisation of adolescent girls with three shots of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines can prevent 70% of cervical cancer cases in adulthood. Rwanda is the first country in Africa to introduce HPV vaccines nationwide. Every year, thousands of adolescent girls across Rwanda are vaccinated. In a well coordinated programme integrated into mother and child health week, health workers, teachers, schools and health facilities mobilise to ensure that every girl is reached. The film covers the third round of HPV vaccines held in October 2012, and includes interviews with Dr Agnes Bingawaho, the Minister of Health, health workers, girls and a mother. Director and producer: Ryan Youngblood, Producer: Diane Summers, Executive Producer: Dan Thomas All copyright GAVI Alliance dthomas@gavialliance.org info@gavialliance.org

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            • GAVI and GPP talk vaccines ahead of Global Citizen Festival


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              On the eve of Global Poverty Project's Global Citizen Festival, GPP CEO Hugh Evans, and GAVI CEO Seth Berkley discuss the power and value of vaccines, ending polio, equity and development. The Global Citizen Festival, which takes place in Central Park, New York on 29 September, will bring together leading non-profit organizations and musicians, including Neil Young with Crazy Horse, The Black Keys, Band of Horses and K'Naan. The event is live streamed and broadcast across the Internet allowing the world to "attend" the Festival. Joint the call to action by watching the video and joining in the conversation yourself.

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