That this House notes with concern the analysis in Save the Children’s No Child Born to Die campaign that eight million children a year die before their fifth birthday, mainly in the poorest countries and largely due to easily preventable causes such as pneumonia, malaria, diarrhoea and complications after birth which rarely lead to child mortality in rich countries; believes that every child should receive healthcare, irrespective of the conditions into which they are born, and that this requires a focus on extending immunisation and the training of healthworkers; and calls on the Government as a leader on global health, a commendable supporter of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisations (GAVI), and host of June’s 2011 GAVI summit, to galvanise other donor countries to put immunisation in poor countries on a sustainable financial footing, and ensure that life-saving vaccinations reach the world’s poorest and most vulnerable children as part of a global effort to save 15 million children’s lives by 2015.