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  1. PATH Kenya, through the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief/U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Nuru Ya Mtoto project, has been advancing a comprehensive suite of health, education, economic empowerment, and social services for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and their caretakers. The aim is to reduce vulnerability to HIV and contribute to their overall well-being.This brief provides an overview of the process USAID Nuru Ya Mtoto undertook, in collaboration with national and county government stakeholders, local implementing partners, and community health workers, to optimize and advance a whole-of-system suite of interventions to improve service coverage among OVC households and enhance household resiliency, by facilitating graduation from USAID Nuru Ya Mtoto's OVC program.
    Published: February 2024
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    Brief
  2. Using a human-centered design (HCD) approach, PATH partners with ministries of health to solve an important problem—how do we increase access to safe insulin administration that is essential to high–quality diabetes self–care and clinical care?
    Published: February 2024
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    Fact Sheet
  3. PATH helps policymakers and advocates make evidence-based policy and funding decisions to advance health equity. Leveraging PATH’s nearly 50 years of experience developing and delivering health innovations and services for women and children, PATH advocates collect, analyze, package, and use data to inform policies, mobilize resources, engage citizens, and hold decision-makers accountable to help women and children around the world survive and thrive.
    Published: February 2024
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    Brief
  4. Poor water, sanitation, and hygiene practices contribute to the spread of infections and negative health outcomes in communities and health care settings. Globally, roughly 3.85 billion people use health facilitates that lack basic hand hygiene services, while 1.7 billion people access health facilities that lack basic water services. Achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6)—ensuring access to water and sanitation for all—demands innovative and strategic solutions.One such solution is the Aqua Research STREAM™ Disinfectant Generator (STREAM). The STREAM is an onsite chlorine generator that uses common salt and water to generate liquid chlorine that meets global standards for intermediate–level disinfection of surfaces in health care settings and can be used for treating drinking water.With funding from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and in collaboration with ministries of health, this learning brief series provides real–world examples and lessons learned from implementing the STREAM in three countries: Ghana, Uganda, and Ethiopia.It describes how PATH, in collaboration with ministries of health, is using the SDG 6 Global Accelerator Framework to introduce and scale up the STREAM on a national level.
    Published: February 2024
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    Part of a Series
  5. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a major, under–recognized public health problem causing more severe respiratory infections and hospitalizations in infants and young children each year than any other pathogen. New immunization tools have achieved licensure that could help change that.The opportunity to address this pervasive virus has never been better. To raise awareness, PATH and the World Health Organization are developing an evolving toolkit of communication materials that public health stakeholders and advocates can use to share information about RSV disease, new prevention tools, and delivery considerations. Other expert contributors include the Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington, UMC Utrecht, RRD Design, and more.To accommodate varying audience and engagement needs, this toolkit includes a stand-alone RSV primer presentation (and fact sheet) providing an overview of RSV disease and prevention options. Also available are modular PowerPoint slides that can be mixed and matched with the primer presentation to dive deeper into key topics for informing understanding and decision-making around RSV prevention. All slides come with speaker notes.To learn more about the toolkit, visit the web page.Editable files are available upon request. Please contact us.
    Published: February 2024
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    Part of a Series, Presentation, Fact Sheet