The Philippine Foundation for Vaccination (PFV) is a tax-exempt non-stock, non-profit organization to protect and advocate for the promotion of vaccination as essential to disease prevention, especially among infants and children.

PFV is a member of the World Health Organization (WHO) Vaccine Safety Net (VSN).


Your tax-exempt donation goes directly to our outreach programs and vaccine-advocacy initiatives that bring vaccinations to disadvantaged Filipino communities and helps save lives.


Pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, spreads easily through respiratory droplets from infected individuals. While it can affect people of all ages, babies, young children, and pregnant women are particularly susceptible to severe symptoms.

Vaccination remains the most effective way to prevent pertussis. The pertussis vaccine is included in the DOH Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) and it is freely provided for young children at local health care units. Additionally, vaccines against pertussis are also available for older children and adults. 

Consult your doctor to learn how you can access these vaccines.

CIC 2024.pdf

Childhood Immunization Schedule 2024

Wellness Beyond Borders, Vaccination as a Lifestyle Choice

Save the date on December 4! 🙌

The Philippine Foundation for Vaccination (PFV) proudly invites you to our much-anticipated year-end webinar, our annual tribute to Dr. Sally Gatchalian honoring her legacy on her birthday. 

Dr. Sally Gatchalian, a figure of inspiration, has left a profound impact on the field of health. Her commitment to excellence and innovation in public health advocacy continues to guide and inspire us all. This webinar will feature a panel discussion with our esteemed experts, where we will explore the vital interplay of movement, mindfulness, and emotional well-being in achieving optimal health. 

Watch as we debunk myths and emphasize the importance of a holistic approach to wellness, wherein vaccination plays a crucial role. 

This event will be aired live at our PFV Facebook page. 

To register, please scan the QR or click this link:

#WellnessBeyondBorders #PFVWebinars

SAVE THE DATE: Join us for an Online Webinar to Fight Meningitis on October 5th!

In line with World Meningitis Day 2023, the Philippine Foundation of Vaccination (PFV) is uniting experts and advocates to combat this health concern head-on.

"Isang Pilipinas Laban Sa Meningitis, Handa Ka Na Ba?”

📅 Date: October 5, 2023 (Thu)

⏰ Time: 6:00 PM (PST)

Stay Informed and Be Part of the Movement!

Register now via Zoom:

This event will be aired live at our Facebook page:



Baby Come Vax: It's Back!

"A Shot of Love: Catch-Up Vaccines for your Little Ones" 💉 

Mark your calendars for May 10, Wednesday as we bring you our online webinar, 

"Baby Come Vax: It's Back!" 

Last year, our online webinar "Baby Come Vax” which is a catch-up immunization campaign, was a resounding success, and we were able to reach many families and educate them on the benefits of vaccines. This year, we are eager to continue raising awareness about the importance of vaccination in children. 

Join our panel of experts from the DOH and pediatric infectious disease specialists, together with our guest reactors. 

The webinar will be live at our FB page!

#BabyComeVax #VaccinesSaveLives

New PFV Board of Trustees

Congratulations to the 2022-2024 PFV Board of Trustees!


PFV Standing Committees

PFV Standing Committees 2022-2024

Position Statement on COVID-19 vaccinatio for adolescents and children_LMGonzales_as of 10Feb2022.pdf


Position Statement of the Philippine Foundation for Vaccination

5 Dapat Tandaan_Tagalog.mp4

5 Dapat Tandaan Tungkol sa Bakuna Laban sa COVID-19


Your tax-exempt donation goes directly to our outreach programs and vaccine-advocacy initiatives that bring vaccinations to disadvantaged Filipino communities and helps save lives.

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