PATH’s latest materials highlight recent advances and challenges in global health.
This issue of Directions highlights PATH’s work over a decade to improve control of Japanese encephalitis and make an affordable vaccine from China widely available. It includes an editorial by Dr. Kathy Neuzil, who directs our Vaccine Access and Delivery Program. Other articles cover work to bring a rapid test for river blindness to market, use community-led videos to improve health, tackle diabetes and tuberculosis, and help public health managers with information systems.
This publication highlights ten breakthrough health innovations ready to be used in developing countries to reach the Millennium Development Goals. These low-cost innovations have the potential to save more than a million lives by addressing the greatest health threats to women, newborns, and children.
This report shares highlights of PATH’s use of private donations in 2012. Stories describe how donors helped PATH protect newborns in Vietnam from hepatitis B, provide orphaned infants in South Africa with donated breast milk, and build a new program to address the rapid rise of noncommunicable diseases in the developing world.
This brochure provides a high-level overview of PATH’s work to drive transformative innovation and shape how global health interventions save lives and strengthen communities.
This case study highlights PATH and our partners’ successful advocacy efforts to ensure the protection of vaccines containing thiomersal—a preservative used in multidose vaccines. In January 2013, government delegates finalized a global environmental treaty on mercury and agreed to exclude vaccines containing the preservative thiomersal from further regulation.
This toolkit can help public health managers plan for the implementation of information and communications technology in health information systems. It draws on lessons learned by project Optimize, a five-year collaboration between the World Health Organization and PATH, to help optimize the vaccine supply chain.
This policy brief highlights the array of global policies related to pneumonia and diarrheal disease and how the Global Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Pneumonia and Diarrhea, released by the World Health Organization and UNICEF in April 2013, supports all of these efforts by providing an integrated framework for addressing both diseases.
PATH's health solutions touched more than 118 million people around the world in 2012. This online version of our annual report highlights our milestones in three focus areas: diarrheal disease and pneumonia; family health; and malaria. It also features innovations in technology development and country-based health programs, a financial summary, and information about our donors, leadership, and global presence.
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