Childhood Immunization by the Numbers
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In 2011, UNICEF began publishing the price it paid for every vaccine it buys. The action helped to drive prices down for childhood vaccines.
UNICEF's tremendous reach also gives it a unique ability to negotiate with manufacturers and obtain the lowest possible prices for lifesaving vaccines for children.
Projected cost savings of nearly $500 million on the new rotavirus vaccine, for example, will allow UNICEF to immunize an additional 50 million children by 2015.
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A 2012 vaccination campaign against measles and rubella in Mongolia reached from the capital, Ulan Bator, into the country's most remote areas and immunized over 95 percent of the targeted children.
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Almost a third of deaths among children under five are vaccine-preventable.
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