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178 Resources
178 Resources
178 Resources
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  1. In Uganda, the reality of limited resources dedicated to primary health care (PHC) means that efficiency of the utilization of those resources is even more important. Against this backdrop, in 2020 PATH commissioned a study to assess the trends in utilization of PHC non-wage financing in Uganda at both national and subnational levels over a five-year period—2016-2020. This full-length report and advocacy brief outline key findings from the study of different levels of health service delivery in five districts: Arua, Kasese, Kisoro, Mukono and Tororo.
    Published: March 2021
    Type: Resource Page
  2. During the COVID-19 pandemic, governments around the world have rapidly introduced policies to mitigate service disruptions to RMNCAH,N care using innovative adaptations such as telehealth or task shifting. As part of our ongoing COVID-19 Essential Health Services Policy Tracker project supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, PATH developed a set of briefs that explore in detail the service delivery adaptations outlined in pandemic-era government policies in five countries (Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, and Pakistan) to equip country leaders, donors, and advocates with tactics for maintaining essential health services through the pandemic and beyond.(French translation available for brief on Burkina Faso)
    Published: February 2021
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Over the last decade, product development partnerships (PDPs) have produced a wide assortment of lifesaving technologies targeting diseases that afflict billions in low-income countries. This report from a group of 12 PDPs, including PATH, finds that since 2010 these 12 PDPs have developed and brought to market 66 new drugs, vaccines, diagnostics and other technologies for a number of diseases—including tuberculosis, malaria, HIV, meningitis and sleeping sickness—that have reached and benefitted more than 2.4 billion people in low-income countries.The report identifies key factors in the success these organizations, such as developing products that are affordable and easy to administer and leveraging vast networks of partners to cost-effectively develop products. It also documents the contribution of PDPs to building a global ecosystem for health research, noting the 12 organizations helped build research capacity at 550 sites in 80 countries. With increased funding and political support, PDPs can ensure the promise of their current pipelines are realized and that the next wave of critical new technologies complete development and reach those in need.PATH provided a case study on the development of MenAfriVac®, the first vaccine to be developed for meningitis specifically for Africa, which virtually eliminated meningitis across the majority of the African meningitis belt.
    Published: January 2021
    Type: Resource Page
  4. This report analyzes the investments made by the Government of Kenya into health R&D and demonstrates the importance of developing an investment case for R&D to support future advocacy aimed at enhancing investments in Kenya.
    Published: December 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  5. 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
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