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1909 Resources
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  1. Over nearly 20 years, the partnerships forged through efforts to introduce JE vaccination have had an impact that goes beyond JE in the Asian and Western Pacific regions. Not only did these partnerships result in more than 300 million children being protected from JE, they also strengthened health systems across multiple countries.So, what factors led to the project’s success? How can partners use the JE project experience to inform current and future efforts to take on other health challenges? PATH and its partners have compiled five key lessons learned that they hope will inform, challenge, and inspire ongoing efforts against JE, as well as other vaccination projects, to ensure impact and sustainability.
    Published: February 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  2. Currently, there is limited availability of diagnostic tests for G6PD deficiency, appropriate for widespread use in malaria endemic regions. This creates a challenge to ensuring safe, radical cure treatment for malaria patients. The purpose of this call is to solicit information from companies that are working on G6PD diagnostic solutions, with the potential to address testing needs in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), particularly in non-laboratory settings. Select companies with available prototypes will be considered for participation in future laboratory and operational evaluations, including field studies in LMICs, to further support product development.
    Published: February 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Recognizing advocacy’s potential to impact maternal, newborn, and child health, a group of civil society organizations (CSOs) working on these issues in Kakamega County, Kenya, teamed up to establish the "Kakamega County Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health CSOs Alliance" in 2016. Partially sponsored by PATH, the alliance exists to coordinate advocacy efforts around improved access to health care services for women and children in Kakamega county. This brochure provides an overview of the Alliance's work, mission, and advocacy objectives.
    Published: February 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  4. PATH comments on the WHO Executive Board's agenda item on the global strategy and plan of action for public health, innovation, and intellectual property. PATH urges the importance of addressing regulatory harmonization as a barrier to health technologies reaching those who need them most.
    Published: January 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  5. PATH comments on the Executive Board's agenda item on accelerating the elimination of cervical cancer as a global public health problem. PATH recommends that the strategy include HPV vaccines as a key WHO "best buy", and urges that efforts to prevent cervical cancer be accompanied by efforts to strengthen national health information systems. PATH also calls on WHO to endorse self-sampling for HPV testing, accelerated access to lower-cost point-of-care screening tests, treatment, and strategic procurement.
    Published: January 2020
    Type: Resource Page
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