Subject: Vaccines and immunization > Japanese encephalitis
- PATH Today (Winter 2011)
This issue of PATH Today features our work in vaccines, with a focus on how PATH is making "hidden solutions" available, and describes lifesaving changes in South Africa's infant feeding policies. It also includes news from our malaria and meningitis work, an announcement of PATH's new blog, and a profile of PATH donor Lora Kaiser.
Publication date: December 2011
Part of series: PATH Today
- PATH Today (Winter 2013)
This issue of PATH Today shares a breakthrough for a vaccine against Japanese encephalitis and the story of Dr. Nekoye Otsyula, a researcher on PATH's malaria vaccine trial. PATH donors Brian Arbogast and Valerie Tarico describe their approach to giving—supporting solutions that let people take care of themselves.
Publication date: December 2013
Part of series: PATH Today
- PATH's Japanese Encephalitis Project: Accomplishments and Lessons Learned
This set of fact sheets details technical activities of PATH's Japanese encephalitis project, with an aim to inform future efforts and programs. The fact sheets were developed as a supplement to PATH's Japanese Encephalitis Project: Collaboration and Commitment to Protect Asia's Children. Topics covered include surveillance of disease burden and disability, cost-effectiveness analysis, diagnostics, advocacy, vaccine development, and vaccine introduction.
Publication date: December 2009
- PATH's Japanese Encephalitis Project: Collaboration and Commitment to Protect Asia's Children
This report summarizes the activities and achievements of PATH's Japanese encephalitis project (2003–2009), which aimed to accelerate availability of a safe and efficacious vaccine to vulnerable communities throughout Asia. Technical fact sheets bundled with the report provide guidance on disease surveillance, cost-effectiveness, advocacy, vaccine introduction, and more. The report is available as one large file or as four smaller files for easier downloading.
Publication date: October 2010
- Protecting India's Children From Japanese Encephalitis
This fact sheet provides information about the partnerships and commitments that helped the Government of India introduce a landmark strategy to vaccinate children at highest risk of Japanese encephalitis. Campaigns in 2006 reached more than 9 million children, and the target population in 2007 exceeds 23 million.
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Publication date: 2007
- SA 14-14-2 Live Japanese Encephalitis (JE) Vaccine
This fact sheet provides important information on the SA 14-14-2 JE vaccine manufactured by the Chengdu Institute of Biological Products. Topics include vaccine presentation, dosage, safety, and history of use.
Publication date: October 2013
- Shadow Lives
Publication date: 2005
- Strengthening National Regulatory Capacity: PATH Supports Countries to Ensure Health Products Are Safe, Effective, and Swiftly Delivered
Global investments to strengthen regulatory capacity in developing countries help ensure desperately needed medical products are delivered, thereby improving health and equipping countries with the expertise and infrastructure to make important health decisions for years to come.
Publication date: July 2012
- Summary of Vaccine Stability Data
These documents provide stability data as of November 2012 on commonly used, licensed vaccines and stability data as of May 2012 from available data on novel, investigational vaccine formulations. Data are sorted by vaccine in a table format.
Publication date: November 2012
- Vaccine Resource Library Website
PATH’s Vaccine Resource Library (VRL) seeks to gather the world’s best immunization resources in a single, easy-to-use website. The VRL offers a wide variety of high-quality, scientifically accurate documents and links on specific diseases and topics in immunization. It is geared for health professionals in the developing and industrialized worlds, as well as for journalists, policymakers, community leaders, parents, and others interested in vaccine-related resources. The resources found on the VRL are collected from a variety of sources, including news media, scientific journals, and leaders in public health.
Publication date: 2014
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