Bill Gates is yet another step closer to controlling the health of Africa—the world’s second-largest and second-most populated continent. As part of Gates’ now-exposed plan to inoculate everyone, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, announced last week that up to $1 billion will be available to boost African vaccine manufacturing. Currently, Africa manufactures around 1 percent of the total vaccine doses required by the continent. Still, with Gates’ and Gavi’s help—facilitated by the initiatives ushered in under the guise of the sinister COVID-19 pandemic—the U.S. funded African Union expects to manufacture over 60 percent of the vaccines injected on the Mother Continent by 2040.

Dubbed the African Vaccine Manufacturing Accelerator (AVMA), Gavi—one of the largest purchasers of vaccines in the world, bringing together the WHO, UNICEF, the World Bank, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the vaccine industry—reported on December 7 that the organization is an innovative financing mechanism aimed at launching a sustainable African vaccine manufacturing industry “capable of improving the region’s resilience in the face of pandemics, outbreaks, and other health emergencies as well as the health of global vaccine markets.” Indeed, AVMA’s creation follows more than 18 months of “close collaboration” between Gavi, the African Union, and Africa CDC after “an extensive consultation process that involved partners, donors, industry, civil society, and others.”

AVMA is the final pillar of Gavi’s regional manufacturing strategy in Africa. The first three pillars, approved by the Gavi board in 2022 and designed to support the development of a “regionally diversified vaccine manufacturing ecosystem,” include support for strategic antigen selection by manufacturers/countries, market shaping, and demand creation. Supported by the African Union and Africa CDC, both mentioned above, and G7 and other stakeholders, the fourth pillar—AVMA—is the finalization of the design for a new financial instrument in the form of an Advance Market Commitment (AMC) for African vaccine manufacturing. No doubt making 2023 a selfishly gratifying year for Bill Gates, the initiative represents a significant step forward in addressing one of the critical challenges Gates harped on during the pandemic: ensuring all regions of the world can manufacture vaccines.

Is this mega-vaccine peddling cartel something the people of Africa want? One must wonder. After all, as governments, including the United States, continue to partner with billionaire NGOs promoting their own nefarious agendas, it is increasingly apparent that the health and wellbeing of humanity, often touted as the premise behind these corrupt alliances, is not about health and wellbeing at all. Instead, the agenda is about power and control.

As the WHO seeks unprecedented authority over how the world responds to future pandemics, a closer look must be taken globally, including in Africa, as entities like Bill Gates and Gavi implant their sharp tentacles across its continuous expanse of land. Remember, as reported in 2022 by the New York Times and Stanford University, “the coronavirus was expected to devastate [Africa], but higher-income and better-prepared countries appear to have fared far worse.” Noting that the African continent has a median age of 18, as well as metrics differences in the prevalence of comorbid disease (obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease are much lower in Africa compared to other regions), Vitamin D status, and sun exposure, Stanford Health Policy master’s student Tofunmi Omiye, who received his medical degree in his native Nigeria, observed:

“The absence of exponential growth and the low mortality rates contrary to that experienced in other continents — and contrary to the projections for Africa by various agencies, including the World Health Organization — has been a puzzle to many.


The onset of the pandemic was later, the rate of rise has been slower, and the severity of illness and case fatality rates have been lower in comparison to other continents. In addition, contrary to what had been documented in other continents, the occurrence of renal complications in these patients also appeared to be much lower.”

Recognizing that the African Union and Africa CDC are primarily funded by the likes of USAID (Joe Biden provided $2 billion to Africa in 2022), the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the reckless U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Bill Gates’s Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the United Nations, the World Bank, and the World Health Organization (WHO), Gavi’s announcement of AVMA is nothing more than an excuse to experiment with and push more vaccines into the arms of the African people.

Along with their announcement of AVMA, the Gavi Board also confirmed the proposed shortlist for its 2024 Vaccine Investment Strategy, which will determine the new vaccines the Alliance plans to introduce over the next strategic period from 2026-2030. With no mention of clean water, healthy farms, biodynamic gardening, organic foods, and proper self-care, Gavi’s Board boasts its shortlist of vaccines soon to invade the arms of the African population, noting:

“The shortlist includes vaccines against tuberculosis (TB), group B strep, shigella, dengue, and potentially continued support for COVID-19, as well as the establishment of a stockpile for vaccines against hepatitis-E. The Board also approved the exploration of a learning agenda for vaccines against chikungunya and mpox, where Gavi will work with partners to continue to monitor the epidemiological situation. This Board decision now allows Gavi to work with partners to develop investment cases related to these vaccines, which will come back to the Board for approval in 2024.”

Without question, Bill Gates-led mass vaccine campaigns are on the horizon in Africa.


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Tracy Beanz & Michelle Edwards

Tracy Beanz is an investigative journalist with a focus on corruption. She is known for her unbiased, in-depth coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. She hosts the Dark to Light podcast, found on all major video and podcasting platforms. She is a bi-weekly guest on the Joe Pags Radio Show, has been on Steve Bannon’s WarRoom and is a frequent guest on Emerald Robinson’s show. Tracy is Editor-in-chief at