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Influenza

  1. This website about PATH’s Ukraine country program provides an overview of the program and its featured projects. See other PATH program websites.
    Published: January 2017
    Type: Resource Page
  2. This publication describes PATH’s efforts to examine the use and acceptability of maternal influenza immunization in El Salvador. The qualitative study captures the perspectives of pregnant women, family decision makers, community leaders, public health practitioners, private physicians, and more. The report identifies both successful strategies as well as challenges to vaccine uptake, and offers recommendations for countries considering the introduction of maternal influenza immunization.
    Published: October 2016
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Moving the Needle provides updates from PATH’s Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access (CVIA) on its vaccine development efforts, as well as related supporting work, such as developing human challenge models, building capacity of developing-country vaccine manufacturers, and evaluating new adjuvants and other novel vaccine technologies. It includes updates on our progress, partnerships, and specific activities. This is one of two newsletters published by CVIA. Immunization Matters covers CVIA’s vaccine uptake and access work.
    Published: October 2016
    Type: Resource Page
  4. This report describes perspectives and viewpoints of a broad spectrum of key stakeholders in the maternal immunization arena in Malawi. It documents information and lessons learned around maternal immunization including the vaccine policy decision-making process, potential programmatic implications of vaccine delivery for pregnant women, and perceptions and concerns about influenza and influenza vaccine among community members and health workers.
    Published: October 2016
    Type: Resource Page
  5. A pediatrician shares why the loss of a little girl named Sol set her on a path to safeguard mothers and their infants.
    Published: April 2016
    Type: Article
  6. At PATH, we follow a rigorous process to make safe and effective vaccines affordable and available to all families, no matter where they live.
    Published: April 2015
    Type: Article
  7. Published from 2007 to 2015, Vaccines for the Future provided quarterly updates on our efforts to accelerate the development of innovative, safe, effective, and affordable vaccines against pneumonia (pneumococcal disease) and diarrheal disease (rotavirus, Shigella, enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli), as well as new vaccines for the global population against influenza, meningitis, polio, and respiratory syncytial virus. It included updates on progress, partnerships, and specific activities related to these projects. This newsletter is no longer being published and has been replaced by two newsletters: Moving the Needle provides updates on our vaccine development work, and Immunization Matters focuses on our vaccine uptake and access work.
    Published: January 2015
    Type: Resource Page
  8. Vaccination, one of the most powerful health interventions ever introduced, saves the lives of two to three million kids a year.
    Published: April 2014
    Type: Article
  9. This fact sheet highlights PATH's multifaceted approach to expanding vaccine solutions against influenza that are optimal for the developing world. It describes our efforts to advance the development of promising new influenza vaccines, gain a better understanding of influenza vaccine performance in children in low-resource countries, and help emerging-country manufacturers produce influenza vaccines for pandemic preparedness.
    Published: October 2013
    Type: Resource Page
  10. This fact sheet highlights PATH's work to advance the development of new vaccines against influenza that are affordable and accessible for the developing world.
    Published: October 2013
    Type: Resource Page
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