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In this month's insights, learn more about PATH’s commitment to universal health coverage (UHC) and our plans for the 78th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). We’re also bringing you expert insights on primary health care financing and a Q&A on how PATH designs inclusive public health interventions. Finally, we’re pleased to share PATH’s 2022 annual report.
This month, we’re sharing an exciting milestone: MenFive®, the first vaccine to protect against the five predominant causes of meningococcal meningitis in Africa, has been prequalified by the World Health Organization. We’re also bringing you news about a unique approach to reducing mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B, HIV, and syphilis in Vietnam, and breaking down the cost-benefit analysis of HPV vaccination. Finally, we’re pleased to launch PATH’s inaugural diversity, equity, and inclusion annual report.
In this month’s insights, we’re bringing you an explainer on how sustainably financed, integrated, and people-centered primary health care can bring us closer to achieving universal health coverage, as well as a profile of PATH’s Director of Human Papillomavirus Programs, Cathy Ndiaye, which explores her commitment to protecting girls and women from cervical cancer. You can also learn more about PATH’s Equity in Programming Benchmarks, a practical tool for measuring progress, and what we’ve learned since its launch one year ago.
This month, we're bringing you good news: Malawi introduced the typhoid conjugate vaccine as part of its routine immunization program—with plans to reach millions of children. We’re also sharing a case study about a PATH-designed filtration system that is sifting sewage for pathogens. Finally, our West Africa Hub and Senegal Country Program Director, Aminatou Sar, opens up about her journey to public health and her lifesaving work on malaria elimination.
Primary health care (PHC) has long been recognized as the expressway to achieving universal health coverage (UHC)—a state where everyone has equitable access to the essential health products and services required to live a healthy life. In this month's insights, we bring you news about how PATH is advancing global progress towards UHC.
This month, we bring you news about the RTS,S malaria vaccine—the first recommended for use by World Health Organization (WHO) to prevent malaria in children and a case study on how PATH and the Serum Institute developed the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) —a key part of the toolkit for fighting pneumonia. We’re also sharing profiles of one of PATH’s leading experts in malaria digital health and our new Chief of Programs and Innovation.