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About us

The European Vaccine Initiative (EVI) is a leading European non-profit Product Development Partnership (PDP) that is supporting global efforts to develop effective and affordable vaccines against diseases of poverty and emerging infectious diseases.

About EVI

The European Vaccine Initiative (EVI) supports global efforts to develop effective and affordable vaccines against diseases that disproportionately affect low- and middle-income countries. Through constructive collaboration and exchange with academia, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, policy makers, donors and other product development partnerships (PDPs), EVI is building a vaccine portfolio that proactively addresses critical challenges and opportunities, and is promoting innovative solutions in vaccine research and development (R&D).  


EVI openly provides its expertise and supports vaccine R&D, helping them to advance and accelerate their vaccine candidates.





creating an environment that supports the development of new vaccines

aligning stakeholders in support of vaccine development 

communicating our progress to stakeholders and the public

promoting the affordability and accessibility of vaccines


To develop new, safe, effective, and affordable vaccines for global health through collaboration and coordination

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A world where vaccines create health and equity for all people

Our work is rooted in our commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) developed by the United Nations.

Quality education

Immunisation increases school attendance and investment in education

No poverty

Immunisation promotes health equity and reduces poverty

Good health & well-being

Immunisation prevents disease and disability; eradicates diseases and protects communities

Decent work & economic growth


Immunisation increases work productivity by improving physical or mental health

#VaccinesSaveLives #VaccinesForAll #HealthForAll

Learn more on the critical role of immunisation in achieving 14 of 17 SDGs in the Immunization Agenda 2030: a global strategy to leave no one behind

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