Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

A Unique Case Study in Partnership

in International Organizations Law Review
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This contribution puts a magnifying glass on the partner arrangements in Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Gavi has evolved from a loose partnership, bringing together the major stakeholders in immunization, to an organization in its own right with legal personality. The original partnership set-up remains a very important part of Gavi’s dna since it became an organization with separate legal personality. Together, Alliance partners aim to increase access to immunization in the poorest countries of the world. The manner in which this is achieved and the implications this may have on partner accountability or responsibility to third parties is described and analyzed.

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

A Unique Case Study in Partnership

in International Organizations Law Review

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In July 1999the Proto-Board of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization met and adopted the mission objectives functions and structures of Gavi (minutes on file with the author). Gavi was publicly launched at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos on 31 January 2000 (see <www.weforum.org/pdf/AnnualReport/annual_report_1999_2000.pdf>).

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Burcisupra note 8 pp. 367–8.

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Gavi Statutessupra note 3 Art. 15.

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Gavi Statutessupra note 3 Art. 15.

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Third Gavi Board Meetingsupra note 11 Annex 7.2a Guiding Principles of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation section 6.3.7.

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Gavi Statutessupra note 3 Art. 23.

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Burcisupra note 8 p. 372.

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World Bank Evaluationsupra note 25 section 3.34. This position appears to have changed since.

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Clarkesupra note 38 p. 136.

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Clarkesupra note 38 p. 63 and p. 101; and Jacob supra note 38 p. 218.

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World Bank Evaluationsupra note 25 section 4.18.

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World Bank Evaluationsupra note 25 section 4.11.

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Burcisupra note 8 pp. 367–8.

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