Organizations and coalitions

Vaccine and immunization programs involve a wide array of actors and collaborations. From nongovernmental organizations and national governments to doctors and the pharmaceutical industry, many groups and coalitions play a role in providing vaccines and immunization services. A number of institutions, like the World Health Organization, and coalitions, like the Global Health Technologies Coalition, provide resources related to projects aimed at delivering, developing, or supporting vaccine and immunization work.

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Key resources

Every Child by Two
An organizational website that provides information about reducing infant mortality through timely immunization.

Global Health Technologies Coalition
A website that highlights the coalition's work to advocate for the development of global health tools, including vaccines, for the developing world.

Featured PATH resources

Vaccine Development Global Program
A website that provides information about the work of PATH's Vaccine Development Global Program.

An organizational website with information on disease-specific and technology-specific projects, as well as resources related to advocacy for vaccines and immunization and fact sheets on PATH-supported projects.

Page last updated: October 2013.