This is Maria. As a teenager, she received the hepatitis B vaccine as part of RVF’s nationwide hepatitis B vaccination catch-up program for adolescents in Russia. Now, her daughter Natalia has received the PCV vaccine as part of RVF’s pilot Pneumococcal Vaccine program in St. Petersburg. Two generations of Russians are now benefiting from RVF’s sustainable programming!

RVF (Rostropovich-Vishnevskaya Foundation) focuses on conducting large-scale vaccination initiatives targeting children, youth, women of child-bearing age and at-risk health care workers. To date, over 10 million individuals have benefited from RVF’s vaccination programs throughout the former Soviet Union and the Middle East.

RVF Vaccination Programs

Help RVF Expand the Mobile Clinic Program in the West Bank
Number of Children with Diarrhea Drops Dramatically with Rotavirus Vaccine
Introduction of the Rotavirus Vaccine in the West Bank and Gaza
Rotavirus Vaccination for Babies in the West Bank and Gaza Fully Sustained
Pneumococcal Vaccination Program Runs in Azerbaijan
Vaccination Against Hepatitis B in Georgia
Hepatitis B Vaccination In Russia A Success Story
Measles Eradication & CRS Prevention In Azerbaijan
Introduction of the Haemophilus influenzae type b (HIB) Vaccine
Pneumococcal Vaccination Program in the West Bank and Gaza Sustained