About the PATH blog
Some of us use bullhorns, others use the Internet.
The PATH blog tells the stories behind our work. We introduce you to individuals like Amadou François Dipama (above), the town crier in the village of Saaba, Burkina Faso, who helped spread the word about the arrival of a vaccine against epidemic meningitis. We engage you in the global health issues our work addresses: the need for innovative health technologies, maternal and child health, reproductive health, vaccines and immunization, emerging and epidemic diseases. Our bloggers are mainly PATH staff members with occasional posts from guests.
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