Subject: Noncommunicable diseases
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- Communities for Healthy Hearts
PATH is collaborating with the Novartis Foundation to introduce an innovative healthcare delivery model designed to improve hypertension management and control in Vietnam. The three-year program aims to improve blood pressure control among adults by increasing access to and use of high-quality hypertension services that are sustainable and scalable.
Publication date: November 2016
- The No Empty Shelves Project: PATH and Novo Nordisk
PATH and Novo Nordisk are collaborating on the No Empty Shelves: Diabetes Supplies, There When Needed project. This case study describes our corporate partnership, which aims to raise awareness of noncommunicable diseases and improve understanding of the barriers that limit access to drugs and technologies for diabetes in low-resource settings.
Publication date: April 2016
- PATH in India
This four-page brochure highlights how PATH catalyzes local innovation to improve health and save lives in India. Key focus areas include tuberculosis, nutrition, noncommunicable diseases, and novel methods to change health behaviors.
Publication date: January 2016
Part of series: Country brochures
- No Empty Shelves Project
The No Empty Shelves: Diabetes Supplies, There When Needed project is building evidence around availability of affordable essential medicines and technologies for diabetes in low-resource settings and mobilizing the global health community to address this issue. This page includes materials produced by the project, as well as a fact sheet describing PATH’s work on this important initiative.
Publication date: July 2015
- Preventing and Managing Noncommunicable Diseases
This fact sheet provides an overview of PATH’s work in noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). Our goal is to reduce preventable morbidity and mortality by using innovation and technology to increase access to prevention and care for NCDs in low-resource settings.
Publication date: April 2014