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PATH Resources

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1892 Resources
1892 Resources
1892 Resources
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  1. An overview of the PATH-led introduction and scale of 7.1% chlorhexidine for umbilical cord care in nine Francophone West African countries to improve neonatal mortality as part of the INSPiRE project coordinated by IntraHealth. Topics covered include PATH's approach focused on increasing access to supply of high-quality CHX product, engaging stakeholder participation and leadership, and generate demand for product use.
    Published: September 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  2. PATH’s Living Labs Initiative accelerates the pace of health innovation by co-creating with users to rapidly design, test, and scale solutions to their long-standing challenges. We envision a world where all communities have the solutions they need to live healthy lives.
    Published: September 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  3. A reliable supply chain is often referred to as the “backbone” of a health system. In addition to meeting the demand for drugs and medical supplies, it serves to safeguard a country’s investments in health commodities, which is particularly important as countries ramp up efforts to work toward universal health coverage.The aim of this Journey of the Pill assessment is to identify strengths and inefficiencies in the supply chain in Kenya. It builds on PATH’s earlier assessment from the No Empty Shelves project that focused on medicines and products to treat diabetes, hypertension, and dyslipidemia in Kenya and Senegal. Further defining the journey of medicines will help inform the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders of future actions to strengthen commodity security for noncommunicable diseases.
    Published: August 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  4. To inform efforts to accelerate effective and equitable coverage of lifesaving maternal, newborn, and child health interventions that are integrated into primary health care systems, PATH undertook a rapid but rigorous analysis of the status of access, uptake, implementation, and coverage of nine proven interventions. We were able to identify more than 11,000 data points and create 14 interactive dashboards to visualize the status of these interventions along the pathway to scale-up (available at bit.ly/mnchassettracker). This brief summarizes key findings and offers policy recommendations for global and national decision-makers.
    Published: August 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  5. National health facility infrastructure and medical device standards (also referred to as health facility standards) are a set of guidelines on infrastructure and medical device specifications recommended in each health facility level in a country. The standards are often designed to help ministry of health (MOH) and hospital officials understand what each level of health facility should look like in a country, and can be used when opening new health facilities, certifying existing health facilities, or comparing facilities to a set standard.This guide provides recommendations on how to create or improve high-quality, country-specific resources that outline health facility infrastructure and medical device requirements across different levels of the health system. Evaluating a country’s existing health facility standards alongside this guide may lead to improvements in equipment availability, ultimately helping to increase access to medical oxygen and pulse oximetry (as well as other medical devices) across all levels of the health system.This tool is part of the Oxygen Delivery Toolkit: Resources to plan and scale medical oxygen. The materials provided within the toolkit can be used together or separately, as needed. The complete toolkit is available at www.path.org/oxygen-delivery-toolkit.
    Published: August 2020
    Type: Resource Page
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