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IFFIm raises finance by issuing bonds in the capital markets and so converts long-term government pledges into immediately available cash resources.
The long-term government pledges will be used to repay the IFFIm bonds. The World Bank acts as financial adviser and treasury manager to IFFIm.
So far IFFIm bonds have raised more than US$ 5.7 billion in immediately available cash resources for Gavi immunisation programmes.
Use our timeline to chart all vaccine bond issuances in capital markets around the world since their launch in London in 2006.
Download documents on Global Debt Issuance Programme, Pricing Supplements and Australian and New Zealand Medium-Term Note Programme.
Fitch Ratings, Moody's Investor Service and Standard & Poor's have rated IFFIm as AA/Aa1/AA.
05 December 2011
Japan International Cooperation Agency to issue bonds to investors
17 November 2011
Green light from GAVI for cervical cancer vaccine
02 October 2011
Making money in pursuit of social good
25 August 2011
Impact investing: Harbinger of A Brighter Future and A Friendlier Bond Market?
Forbes India Magazine
14 August 2011
Seth Berkley: A lifetime search for equity through vaccines
The East African
03 August 2011
'Immunization is the most important health intervention'
The Times of India | Erratica
30 June 2011
From IAVI to GAVI: A Conversation with Seth Berkley on the Future of Vaccines and Global Health
Council on Foreign Relations
14 June 2011
Donors pledge $4.3B to help global child vaccine program
13 June 2011
$4.3 Billion Pledged at Vaccine Fund-Raiser
New York Times
10 June 2011
Vaccines funding could 'save 4m children'
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