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Take Action to Support Global Vaccine Funding

We need YOU to take action to support global vaccine funding!

Times are tough for many Americans — and Congress must fund programs that are proven to be effective and will save lives. That’s why we need your help to tell Congress that vaccinating children around the world is a priority. Global health and immunization programs save lives and help protect us here at home — and vaccinating children in developing countries is one of the best investments we can make. We need your help to get this message out.

Tell your representatives in Washington that they must make it a priority that children in developing countries receive life-saving immunizations.

Over the next few months, Congress will decide how much U.S. funding goes to critical foreign aid programs, like global health and vaccines. During this process, it is critical that you let your member of Congress know that you do not want any cuts made to global health funding or funding for global vaccines.

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Send a letter to your member of Congress and tell them that robust funding for global health and global vaccines is a priority for you.

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I Support US Funding for Global Health and Vaccines

Dear [Representative],

As a constituent, I strongly urge you to make vaccines and immunizations a priority in global health funding. As someone who is dedicated to ensuring that life-saving vaccines are provided to the children who need them the most, I hope that you will find a way to make this a priority.

Saving lives and maximizing efficiencies in investments requires that all elements of the US funded global health programs are strong, and global vaccines are a critical piece of the entire global health portfolio. Therefore, I am asking you to support US led global health programs, specifically programs focused on saving the lives of children in developing countries by providing them with vaccines.

Vaccines are one of the most cost-effective ways to save lives, improve health and ensure long-term prosperity. However, despite significant progress, one in five children still lack access to life-saving immunizations, putting them at risk for preventable diseases and death. The impact of immunization is powerful. With continued support from Congress, we can save the life of a child every 20 seconds by providing vaccines to children in developing countries.

I am a supporter of Shot@Life, a campaign that connects and empowers Americans to champion vaccines as one of the most cost-effective ways to save the lives of children in developing countries.

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