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PATH Resources

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  1. PATH is pursuing an ambitious goal on a global scale: by 2030, we aim to improve health outcomes for more than a billion people.Achieving this goal will mean tackling some of the world’s worst health disparities. It’s challenging work, but your support can help make it possible. With the help of donors like you, PATH has already improved public health at an unprecedented scale.
    Published: October 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  2. Preventing vaccine freezing is one of the biggest barriers in vaccine management. Toward addressing this challenge, B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences in Dharan, Nepal, in collaboration with PATH, conducted a field evaluation of freeze-preventive vaccine carriers (FPVCs) in 24 health facilities located across one hilly district and one plains district of eastern Nepal. The primary study objectives were to evaluate the performance, acceptability, and fit of the FPVCs within the existing immunization system.
    Published: October 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Fortifying staple foods with micronutrients is one of the most cost-effective, scalable, and evidence-based interventions to help combat widespread micronutrient deficiencies. As Myanmar’s staple food is rice, which lacks many necessary vitamins and minerals found in a balanced diet, rice fortification is a culturally appropriate solution and an effective way to improve nutrition in the country. This FAQ document provides answers to the most common questions about fortified rice in Myanmar in order to combat malnutrition in the country.
    Published: October 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  4. Robust policy is critical to achieving improved health outcomes—but far too often action stops once a policy is developed and adopted. Policies are only as effective as the extent to which they are implemented, and poor policy implementation holds back efforts to expand equitable access to health services.Advocates play a key role in driving policy implementation and holding decision-makers accountable. A number of existing frameworks and tools serve to inform their strategies and approaches; PATH's Capital to Clinic initiative aims to establish a tool and methodology—building upon defined strategic frameworks—for advocates to move the policy process forward toward implementation and evaluation.This brief provides an overview of existing frameworks for pursuing policy implementation.
    Published: October 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  5. Tuberculosis (TB) is the leading cause of death among people with infectious diseases each year. More men than women are diagnosed with and die from TB. At the same time, TB kills more women per year than all causes of maternal mortality combined. Based on both biological and social factors, men and women face different TB disease risks and burdens over the life cycle.This overview document describes PATH’s gender-informed approaches to addressing the TB epidemic across a range of contexts by identifying and addressing gender-related barriers to TB prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, which is critical to program success.
    Published: October 2020
    Type: Resource Page
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