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Massis Weekly: Millenium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund to Co-Finance Distribution of Pentavalent Vaccine in Armenia

LOS ANGELES — The Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund (MACVF) announced today that it will be co-financing the distribution of the Pentavalent Vaccine with the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia (MoH). This five year program is part of a major financing arrangement led by Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) around the world and will commence in Armenia in 2011.

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Armenian Reporter: Ani & Narod Foundation Aids Armenia Immunization Program

Child Getting Vaccination ShotLos Angeles – The Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund (MACVF) announced October 21 that it will be co-financing the distribution of the Pentavalent Vaccine with the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia.

This five year program is part of a major financing arrangement led by Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) around the world and will commence in Armenia in 2011.

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Public Radio of Armenia: MACVF Receives $10,000 Donation from Geragos & Geragos to Bring Life-Saving Vaccines to Armenia’s Children

Getting into the Christmas spirit and garnering further support to alleviate Armenia’s vulnerability to vaccine shortages, the Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund (MACVF) received a $10,000 donation from the Law offices of Geragos & Geragos to purchase life-saving vaccines for Armenia’s children. The donation is derived from a law suit settlement, which was filed against insurance companies on behalf Armenian Americans who purchased insurance policies when they immigrated to the United States during the Armenian genocide but were originally denied the right to collect on their policies. Part of the settlement was also earmarked for Armenian charities.

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United Nations Development Programme: Visits in the UAE

UNDP visit to AUEOn March 29, the UNDP delegation traveled to the United Arab Emirates for a series of gatherings and roundtable discussions.

First on the agenda was a meeting with a group of Armenian students in Sharjah, held at the hall of the St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church. During her presentation here, Ms. Vidal urged the youth to place its diverse talents at the service of Armenia’s economic progress and continued democratization, by taking an active role in various development programs. The event was also attended by Mr. Kurkjian and Mr. Raffy Ardhaldjian, chief volunteer officer of the Millennium Children’s Vaccine Fund (MCVF) and chairman of the Ani and Narod Memorial Foundation.

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Azbarez: MACVF Receives $10,000 Donation from Geragos & Geragos to Bring Vaccines to Armenia’s Children

LOS ANGELES–Getting into the Christmas spirit and garnering further support to alleviate Armenia’s vulnerability to vaccine shortages, the Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund received a $10,000 donation from the Law offices of Geragos & Geragos to purchase life-saving vaccines for Armenia’s children. The donation is derived from a law suit settlement, which was filed against insurance companies on behalf Armenian Americans who purchased insurance policies when they immigrated to the United States during the Armenian genocide but were originally denied the right to collect on their policies. Part of the settlement was also earmarked for Armenian charities.

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Aztag: MACVF Continues to Support Health Partnerships in Armenia

The mass Measles and Rubella (MR) immunization campaign will target around 1.25 million persons in Armenia aged from 6-27. To be launched in October of 2007 the MR campaign is initiated in close partnership with the MACVF, UNICEF, the Vishnevskaya-Rostropovich Foundation, GAVI, WHO and the Ministry of Health of Armenia.

Yerevan, Armenia – A mass campaign to eliminate measles and rubella is the Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund’s (MACVF) best long-term hope for controlling measles and rubella epidemics in Armenia. Measles is the greatest vaccine-preventable killer of children in the world today and the eighth leading cause of death among people of all ages worldwide. However, immunization mass campaigns are proven to be an effective solution for preventing such deadly diseases. At the same time, initiating such ambitious projects usually becomes a difficult financial challenge.

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Azbarez: Millennium Children’s Vaccine Fund Meets Avian Flu Challenge in Karabagh

LOS ANGELES–Recent reported cases of the Bird flu in Azerbaijan and Georgia prompted the Ani and Narod Memorial Foundation (ANMF)–through its Millennium Children’s Vaccine Fund (MACVF)–to expand its health awareness program in Armenia into the Mountainous Karabagh Republic (MKR) to implement preventative measures against the spread of the deadly H5N1 virus.

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Primate Attends Banquet to Benefit Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund

BURBANK, CALIFORNIA, December 17 (Noyan Tapan). Upon the official invitation of the Ani and Narod Memorial Foundation, on the evening of Wednesday, December 15, His Eminence Archbishop Hovnan Derderian, Primate of the Western Diocese of the Armenian Church of North America, attended a banquet entitled “Mistletoe and Miracles”, in benefit of the Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund.

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Golden Globe Winner to Attend Holiday Event Benefiting Vaccine Fund for Children

The Ani & Narod Memorial Foundation (ANMF) is proud to announce a special fundraising event “Mistletoe & Miracles” benefiting the Millennium Armenia Children’s Vaccine Fund (MACVF) with special guest star Mike Connors on Wednesday, December 15, 2004 at the Cravens Estate in The San Gabriel Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross in Pasadena, California.

Glendale, CA,  December 9, 2004 – Legendary television star Mike Connors will be joined by Lise Grand, United Nations Resident Coordinator in Armenia, Michael Mahdesian, former President Clinton appointee to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Angie Turner, CEO of the San Gabriel Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross. In securing life-saving vaccines for Armenia’s children, MACVF has developed vital partnerships with both UNICEF and USAID.

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Glendale News-Press: Armenian Campaign is Worth a Shot

Nonprofit Children’s Vaccine Fund aiming to raise $1.5 million for various inoculations for Armenian children for next 15 years.

GLENDALE – While many Americans worry about the flu vaccine shortages, children in Armenia and other countries around the world are trying to get vaccines for more serious treatable diseases. In Glendale, one group is trying to help. The Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund is attempting to raise $1.5 million to provide the standard set of vaccinations for children in Armenia for the next 15 years. The vaccinations, given to children in America as standard practice, cover serious diseases such as diphtheria, hepatitis B, polio and tuberculosis.

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