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Gavi and Mastercard Join Forces to Reach More Children with Lifesaving Vaccines

Last week, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance and Mastercard announced  a new transformative partnership to ensure more children from the poorest countries are able to benefit from life-saving immunization programs.  The partnership will utilize digital immunization records to strengthen the efficiency of health services, including immunizations. You can read more about this important partnership and view a discussion video with Michael Froman, Vice Chairman and President of MasterCard’s Strategic Growth, and Dr Seth Berkley, Gavi CEO, discussing why innovation in digital ID is key to Gavi’s mission.

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