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Press release | November 05, 2009
New Journal of Infectious Diseases special edition outlines compelling rotavirus burden data and critical need for access to vaccines in high-burden regions
Press release | November 03, 2009
New collaboration with PharmaJet will evaluate needle-free injections for developing-country immunization programs
Press release | November 03, 2009
World’s largest malaria vaccine trial now underway in seven African countries
Announcement | November 02, 2009
Raising the curtain on pneumonia

November 2 marks the first-ever World Pneumonia Day

Press release | October 21, 2009
New report demonstrates power of vaccines and immunizations worldwide
Announcement | October 15, 2009
Tackling the hidden hunger of micronutrient malnutrition

World Food Day is October 16, 2009

Announcement | October 15, 2009
PATH vice president speaks at Planned Parenthood Innovations and Generations conference

Dr. Jacqueline Sherris describes PATH’s global reproductive health work, discusses role of innovation in solving critical challenges

Press release | October 14, 2009
New UNICEF/WHO report focuses attention on diarrheal disease—the second leading killer of children under 5—and outlines 7-point plan to control this preventable and treatable illness
Announcement | October 13, 2009
Malaria vaccine director calls on senators to support new tools to combat malaria

The new Senate Malaria Working Group hears from malaria advocates in its inaugural briefing

Press release | October 09, 2009
Global Partnerships, PATH, and Pro Mujer launch microfinance-health initiative

Partnership to focus on expanding access to sustainable, low-cost health solutions for poor women and their families in Latin America

Press release | October 09, 2009
Cambodia launches program to protect children against Japanese encephalitis
Announcement | September 30, 2009
Congressional briefing highlights technologies for women and children

PATH’s president and CEO discusses health technologies that address urgent global needs

Announcement | September 24, 2009
PATH and partners make Ultra Rice® commitment at Clinton Global Initiative
Announcement | September 04, 2009
Conference will highlight PATH’s work on a leading childhood killer

PATH staff will take part in Vaccines for Enteric Diseases conference in Spain

Press release | September 02, 2009
PATH’s Ultra Rice named a 2009 Tech Award Laureate by The Tech Museum of Innovation
Announcement | August 26, 2009
Congressman gets close-up look at youth HIV prevention in Kenya

US Representative Jim McDermott meets young scouts who are learning important life skills

Press release | August 18, 2009
PATH receives $1.5 million Hilton Humanitarian Prize

Hilton Foundation awards world’s largest humanitarian prize to Seattle-based global health organization for its commitment to lifesaving technologies for the developing world

Announcement | August 12, 2009
Technologies are crucial for maternal, newborn, and child health, PATH experts say
Announcement | August 03, 2009
Celebrating World Breastfeeding Week

USAID’s Infant and Young Child Nutrition Project launches activities in several countries

Press release | August 03, 2009
PATH develops technology that protects hepatitis B vaccine from heat and freeze damage
Announcement | July 30, 2009
Next five years will be decisive for preventing malaria, PATH’s malaria control director says

Editorial, articles in The New England Journal of Medicine focus on malaria

Press release | July 29, 2009
The PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative and Crucell announce collaboration to test new adenovirus-based malaria vaccine approach
Announcement | July 13, 2009
New documentary features PATH’s work on cervical cancer in Uganda

The film will air on BBC World beginning the week of July 20

Announcement | June 24, 2009
Congressional briefing spotlights maternal health

PATH emphasizes the importance of nutrition for girls and women

Press release | June 22, 2009
China National Biotec Group/Chengdu Institute of Biological Products and PATH announce collaboration to accelerate pneumococcal vaccine development
Press release | June 17, 2009
Seattle Rotary announces partnership with PATH to address malaria in Africa
Announcement | June 16, 2009
Sharing integrated solutions for HIV/AIDS and food insecurity

Infant & Young Child Nutrition Project joins Africa Forum 2009

Announcement | June 12, 2009
Public health officials declare influenza A(H1N1) pandemic
Announcement | June 09, 2009
Rotary Club of Seattle and PATH partner on malaria control efforts

New initiative builds on 100 years of service and remarkable progress in the fight against malaria

Press release | June 05, 2009
WHO recommends global use of rotavirus vaccines
Press release | June 04, 2009
Renowned global health figure, Dr. Paul Farmer, inspires through public conversation with Dr. Chris Elias
Press release | May 29, 2009
Dr. Molly Coye elected chair of PATH board at annual meeting; Vincent McGee elected to board
Announcement | May 28, 2009
Phase 3 malaria vaccine trial begins—final testing of RTS,S

African research centers partner with GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals and the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative

Press release | May 28, 2009
Global Campaign for Microbicides names new director
Announcement | May 20, 2009
Technology and strategy at center of Global Health Council conference
Announcement | May 20, 2009
PATH at the 2009 Global Health Council conference

May 26–30 in Washington, DC

Announcement | May 15, 2009
PATH’s president to receive honorary degree at Creighton University

Dr. Chris Elias will deliver commencement address at his alma mater

Press release | May 15, 2009
New grant supports advocacy for health technologies for the developing world
Announcement | May 12, 2009
Congressional briefing urges US to increase global health research and development

PATH co-sponsors a panel discussion to highlight the benefits of scientific research for developing countries and the US

Press release | May 12, 2009
Two new reports highlight stalled progress against diarrheal disease
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