Subject: About PATH's work > Strengthening health systems
- 2013 Annual Report: Accelerating Innovation
In 2013, PATH and our partners touched the lives of more than 219 million people with new vaccines and drug treatments, breakthrough health tools, and powerful strategies to change the course of disease. Our 2013 annual report highlights our achievements across five innovation platforms.
Publication date: May 2014
Part of series: Annual reports
- Andhra Pradesh, India - Building a Model Immunization Program
This document describes how an Indian state protects millions and demonstrates what new vaccines and technologies can achieve.
Publication date: 2004
- Andhra Pradesh: Progress in Immunization Performance
Publication date: 2006
- AP Shares Lessons With Other States on Strengthening Routine Immunization and Introducing New Vaccines
Publication date: 2006
- APHIA II Western Project: Best Practices and Promising Interventions
This report is a review of the USAID-funded AIDS, Population, and Health Integrated Assistance (APHIA II Western) Project, which operated at the provincial level in Western Kenya from December 2006 to December 2010. The project focused primarily on increasing the use of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis health services, the adoption of healthier behaviors, the promotion of family planning and reproductive health services, and maternal and child health. The report is available as one large file or several smaller files.
Publication date: March 2011
- Barriers to Access and Use of Public TB Diagnostic Services in Vietnam
This report dissects research results assessing access to and use of public tuberculosis (TB) diagnostic services in nine districts of Vietnam. The report identifies barriers to accessing public-sector TB diagnostic services at the individual, provider, and health system levels.
Publication date: February 2013
- Building Advocacy, Communication, and Social Mobilization Capacity for TB Control: Strategies to Improve Case Detection and Treatment Adherence in India
This project brief describes PATH’s work in promoting tuberculosis (TB) control in India by building local and national capacities in advocacy, communication, and social mobilization (ACSM) strategies. This work aimed to improve TB case detection and treatment adherence by training local civil-society members and national-level staff to design and implement ACSM work plans. This project was made possible through support from the United States Agency for International Development.
Publication date: May 2014
Part of series: Tuberculosis activities in India
- Building Effective, Sustainable Systems for Procuring Essential Reproductive Health Supplies
This white paper highlights the value of a comprehensive approach to procurement capacity development in developing countries.
Author: Cohen J, Reeh C, Neroutsos K
Publication date: January 2011
- Building Pharmacy Capacity in Vietnam: Improving Knowledge and Skills in Primary Health Care
This project brief describes PATH's work to strengthen the capacity of staff in almost 1,000 pharmacies across Vietnam to deliver primary health care services.
Publication date: August 2012
- Cambodia: "Coverage Improvement Planning" Pays Off - Expanding Services and Increasing Financial Sustainablity
Publication date: 2004
- Catalyzing Healthier Labor Migration: Working on Health and Development in Source Communities in Cambodia and Destinations in Thailand
Through PROMDAN, agencies in Thailand and Cambodia responded to the issue of uninformed labor migration. The project aimed to increase access to health services and make labor migration beneficial for migrants and their families. This report documents the development, implementation, and impact of the project.
Publication date: March 2010
- Collaborating With Corporate Partners to Transform Global Health Through Innovation
PATH’s pioneering work with the private sector strengthens vulnerable communities and saves lives. This overview document explains the three primary ways PATH collaborates with the private sector to bring innovation to scale and features examples of successful PATH partnership projects.
Publication date: May 2013
- Combining Forces in Cambodia to Overcome Childhood Diarrhea and Pneumonia
This fact sheet provides an overview of PATH's ongoing work in Cambodia to integrate diarrhea and pneumonia control. At the national level, PATH collaborated with the Cambodia Ministry of Health to strengthen policy so that effective interventions and appropriate and reliable supplies are made available throughout the public- and private-health sectors as well as in the community to reduce the burden of diarrheal disease and pneumonia among children in Cambodia. PATH also worked on a district-level demonstration project to put policy into practice and inform expansion throughout the country. Through this integrated approach to community health, Cambodia is addressing the two most dangerous threats to its children and is already making a significant and lasting impact.
Publication date: March 2012
- Commercialization Toolkit Website
This website showcases a combination of approaches that were successful in making health products available to low-income households. It can be used by anyone aiming to increase access to products that can help sustain health for low-income households. See other PATH program websites.
Publication date: 2014
Part of series: Program websites
- Common Requirements for Logistics Management Information Systems
This document focuses on a method for producing descriptions, models, and figures that accurately represent the views and needs of global health professionals. The document can be used by global health practitioners to inform software development related to health systems.
Publication date: September 2010
- Common Requirements for Maternal Health Information Systems: Produced With the Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology
This document presents a set of requirements that translate the needs of maternal health practitioners into the language of software and systems engineering. The document can inform software development for health systems worldwide and maternal health in particular.
Author: Taylor C, Luchitsky A, Lubinski D, Peloso L, Wilson K
Publication date: December 2012
- Courageous Community Leaders Go Above and Beyond to Fight Tuberculosis One Patient at a Time
This is the story of how two community members, Mr. Ritte and Mr. Kiondo, decided to team up to fight tuberculosis (TB). With PATH's training, the two men were able to improve TB case detection and treatment success in their community and in other districts, helping to foster the TB prevention, diagnosis, and treatment goals of the Tanzanian Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. This story is one of a series of success stories that showcase some of the ways that PATH’s work in TB is having an impact on people’s lives in a variety of settings around the world. This work was made possible through generous funding from the US Agency for International Development.
Publication date: March 2014
Part of series: Tuberculosis success stories
- Creating a Japanese Encephalitis Surveillance System in Vietnam
This document provides details on PATH's partnership with the National Expanded Program on Immunization in Vietnam to enhance surveillance of Japanese encephalitis disease and inform planning for immunization programs.
Author: Phillips D
Publication date: May 2007
- Delivering Health Solutions to Those in Need: Our Work in Malaria Control, Child Nutrition, and HIV Prevention Builds Healthier Communities
This fact sheet provides an overview of PATH's work in Zambia, including our work to support data-driven malaria control measures, improve child health and nutrition, prevent HIV infection, and create better information management systems.
Publication date: December 2011
- Delivering on the Promise of Information Technology to Strengthen Health Systems: PATH's Approach to Enterprise Architecture Addresses Common Challenges of Health Systems
From tracking tuberculosis in Africa to providing better maternal and child health care in India, PATH's work in health information systems is bridging the gap between global health and information and communication technology using a different approach—a user-driven enterprise architecture and technology that addresses user requirements.
Publication date: June 2011