Mali Clinic Supplies to Protect Against COVID-19 The village chief joins us at the project launch Peer Educators wearing the HPV cloth picking out the right color!

GAIA Vaccine Foundation

Org #1196
Vetted since 2009 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2002
year founded
$86,865
raised on GlobalGiving
13
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our mission is to promote prevention of infectious diseases (HIV, TB, and HPV) in Mali while working to develop vaccines for distribution on a not-for-profit basis in the developing world. The Foundation's activities are centered on four themes: education, prevention, access to care, and vaccines. Through our active, ongoing collaboration with West African physicians and support for prevention-related clinical activities in the region, we work to improve the health of Malian children and their parents while setting the stage for ethical vaccine trials.

Project Leaders
Julia Nemy
Julia Nemy
Team
Anne De Groot, Julia Nemy, Karamoko Tounkara, Lassina Diarra, Tiffani Crippin
Organization Information
188 Valley Street, Ste 424
c/o EpiVax
Providence, RI 02909
United States
401 453 2068
Organization Information
188 Valley Street, Ste 424
c/o EpiVax
Providence, RI 02909
United States
401 453 2068

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Mar 22, 2022
The Effects of HPV in Mali
While COVID-19 has taken the spotlight in vaccination campaigns across the globe, HPV and Cervical Cancer continue to be a significant problem in Mali. It is known that the HPV vaccine is a highly...
Feb 14, 2022
Less than 3% of Malians Vaccinated
As COVID-19 continues to spread across Mali, vaccination against the virus remains very low. Less than 3% of Malians are vaccinated against COVID-19 and mistrust in the vaccine remains high....
Feb 9, 2022
Supporting Education Amid School Closures
As the political situation in Mali remains tumultous, programs such as GAIA Vaccine Foundation's Teen Peer Education program are more important than ever. A recent report from UNICEF assesed that in...
 
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