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MSF Access: Dear GAVI Campaign

The ‘Decade of Vaccines,’ the global vaccination initiative for the next ten years, is estimated to cost US$57 billion, with more than half going to pay for the vaccines themselves. In 2001, it cost $1.37 to fully vaccinate a child against six diseases. While 11 vaccines are included in today’s vaccines package, the total price has risen to $38.80, largely because two expensive new vaccines – against pneumococcal disease and rotavirus – have been added, which make up three-quarters of that cost. They are only produced by Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), and Merck. Newer vaccines are significantly more expensive: vaccinating a child against measles costs $0.25, while protecting a child against pneumococcal diseases costs, at best, $21.

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(I posted this on facebook and Instagram (@richardbrannonofficial) yesterday, sorry I am late tumblr.)

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MSF Access: Dear GAVI Campaign

“Urgent action is needed to address the skyrocketing price to vaccinate a child, which has risen by 2,700 percent over the last decade,” said Dr. Manica Balasegaram, Executive Director of MSF’s Access Campaign. “Countries where we work will lose their donor support to pay for vaccines soon, and will have to decide which killer diseases they can and can’t afford to protect their children against.”

Help MSF, send GAVI a message on Twitter asking for them to open up their lower prices to non-governmental organisations and humanitarian actors like MSF now.

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I was just in a mood to make a multi ship post.

As I said earlier, I like only those pairings, that make sense in canon. Because I like what is natural.

NaruHina and Clois I ship the most among all fictional couples. NaruHina, Clois, IchiHime, GrUvia and NaLu are my Top 5. Everything what goes below I just like to overwatch their development, but don’t ship as much as my Top 5.

NaruHina and SasuSaku arts by http://artipelago.deviantart.com/

Clois art by http://rexlokus.deviantart.com/

IchiHime art by http://dgesika.deviantart.com/ and http://flairmatrix.deviantart.com/ 

GrUvia art by http://arya-aiedail.deviantart.com/

NaLu art by http://exotic-rabbit.deviantart.com/

GoChi art by http://yk-dgb.deviantart.com/

GaVi art by http://d-eliade.deviantart.com/

JeRza art by http://milady666.deviantart.com/

ShikaTema art by http://cindyrex.deviantart.com/

so, basically what I got from that conversation Jude and Connor had in Jude’s bedroom was that Connor is only with Daria because his dad likes the fact that he has a “girlfriend”. I noticed how that word was emphasized by Jude and then Connor looking away after he said it. It’s obvious to me Jude is the person Connor wants to be with.

What I think will happen next week is that Connor being shot will make Connor’s dad real angry and he might put the blame on Jude instead of Daria and Taylor because they are “girls” and he probably won’t think they could think of something like breaking into someone’s house and drinking. This will cause Connor’s dad banding Connor and Jude to ever be friends again. It would make sense for Jude’s line of “losing a friend” cause we know Gavin is signed on for season 3, so Connor is not going to die….

MSF Access: Dear GAVI Campaign

The GAVI Alliance negotiates price reductions for newer vaccines and, through its donors (such as the UK, the US and Norway), pays for these vaccines to be introduced in developing countries. MSF fully supports GAVI’s mission, but is concerned that the prices agreed for vaccines are still too high, and wants GAVI to put more pressure on the pharmaceutical companies to bring prices down further.

Help MSF, send GAVI a message on Twitter asking for them to open up their lower prices to non-governmental organisations and humanitarian actors like MSF now.

CLICK HERE TO SEND A TWEET.