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Influenza

  1. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for oxygen and other respiratory care supplies and equipment around the globe.In response, PATH conducted a biomedical equipment survey in eight government-owned health facilities in Zambia. The purpose of this survey was to quantify existing oxygen delivery and production equipment, consumables for administering oxygen therapy, bed capacity, and facility infrastructure characteristics that are relevant to providing respiratory care. The results indicated that all assessed institutions need urgent procurement of medical equipment for oxygen delivery, monitoring devices to support safe oxygen administration to patients, and accompanying consumables. Also, across all facilities there is insufficient staff trained to adequately manage COVID-19 patients requiring respiratory care.This report summarizes observations from the collected data and is intended to help global and national stakeholders understand COVID-19 treatment capacity in Zambia.
    Published: May 2021
    Type: Resource Page
  2. PATH has been a trusted partner to Vietnam’s Ministry of Health for four decades. We’ve supported its work to expand sexual, reproductive, maternal, and child health services, and to address infectious and vaccine-preventable diseases. Today, as rapid social and economic changes transform Vietnam, we are leveraging our thought leadership with the government, the private sector, civil-society organizations, and social entrepreneurs to advance equitable access to good health. Specific efforts include developing sustainable responses to diseases like HIV and tuberculosis (TB); supporting local stakeholders to develop their own health solutions, like domestically produced vaccines; and acting quickly to address new and emerging health threats, such as non-communicable diseases, hospital infections, drug resistance, and environmental dangers.
    Published: June 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  3. This fact sheet describes PATH’s work in maternal immunization—an approach of vaccinating during pregnancy to protect a mother and/or her infant. It covers work across vaccine projects targeting respiratory syncytial virus, Group B Streptococcus, influenza, and pertussis—infections that disproportionately threaten mothers and/or newborns.
    Published: May 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  4. Why is vaccination in pregnancy—or maternal immunization— important for public health? Here are 10 reasons.
    Published: May 2019
    Type: Article
  5. Scientists at PATH are leveraging a unique tool in new ways to develop more effective vaccines to combat some of the world's toughest diseases.
    Published: April 2019
    Type: Article
  6. Drug resistance is one of the biggest threats to global health today. Vaccines can help.
    Published: January 2019
    Type: Article
  7. This web page provides technical information, resources, and links relevant to microarray patch (also known as MAPs or microneedle patches) development of high priority vaccine and essential medicines. Includes multisectoral information for the community of microarray patch researchers, manufacturers, stakeholders, and technology developers.
    Published: November 2018
    Type: Resource Page
  8. International collaboration announces successful clinical trial results with licensure expected in 2019
    Published: September 2018
    Type: Press Release
  9. As a nine-year project to build vaccine development capacity worldwide comes to an end, PATH and partners reflect on how far we’ve come.
    Published: September 2018
    Type: Article
  10. Vietnam has been working for nearly a decade to develop and manufacture influenza vaccines. With PATH support, the Institute of Vaccines and Medical Biologicals has done just that—and it has submitted two candidates for licensure.
    Published: September 2018
    Type: Article
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