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Global Immunization Strategic Framework 2011–2015: Vision, Mission, and Purpose

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Figure 1. CDC Global Immunizations. Two women transporting health care supplies. Image courtesy of Stephi Bergerson

Vision Statement

A world without vaccine-preventable disease, disability, and death

Mission Statement

To protect the health of Americans and global citizens by preventing disease, disability, and death through immunization


The purpose of this strategic framework is to articulate CDC’s goals, objectives, and strategies for effectively meeting global immunization challenges during 2011–2015. This document is intended to build on and complement CDC’s previous 5-year plan: CDC GLOBAL IMMUNIZATION STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK, 2006–2010 [1] and is linked to the 2010 National Vaccine Plan of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services [2].

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