CDC’s Global Immunization Division (GID) is a diverse group of people dedicated to the mission of creating a world without the diseases, disabilities, and death that could be prevented with vaccines.
The Global Immunization Strategic Framework 2011–2015 [PDF - 1.89MB] outlines the vision, mission, goals, objectives, and strategies of CDC and its global partners for meeting worldwide immunization targets from 2011 through 2015. Achieving 2015 vaccination coverage targets to reduce illness, disability, and death from vaccine-preventable diseases requires CDC and its global partners to work closely to meet the six overarching goals outlined in the plan. Our strategic framework is aligned with the Global Vaccine Action Plan (2011-2010), which resulted from the Decade of Vaccines Collaboration. All global immunization partners endorsed the plan with a shared vision to create "a world in which all individuals and communities enjoy lives free from vaccine-preventable diseases."
Read our strategic framework [PDF - 1.89MB] to learn more.