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  1. Digital health technologies, combined with high-quality data, have the power to accelerate health equity by making health systems stronger, more effective, and more responsive to the needs of the populations they serve. As innovation accelerates, the volume of health data that enables technologies and powers health decisions is growing exponentially. Data are key to improving health, whether through successfully combating health emergencies or providing ongoing essential health services and primary health care. The way the world governs health data and data for health has never been more pivotal than it is in this digital age.
    Published: September 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  2. There is no "going it alone" in a pandemic. Global cooperation is the only option for health equity.
    Published: September 2020
    Type: Article
  3. This year’s annual report features our annual financial overview, PATH’s leadership, list of PATH’s funders and supporters and our accomplishments in 2019.
    Published: August 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  4. In a country where tuberculosis is endemic, this doctor-turned-public health-manager has made it her mission to eradicate the disease.
    Published: July 2020
    Type: Article
  5. Published: July 2020
    Type: Announcement
  6. PATH comments on the Executive Board's agenda item on transforming the approach to health in the digital age. PATH recommends that WHO catalyze and align global support for country priorities and goals around data and digital, encourages the development of prioritized and costed country investment roadmaps, and the development of a singular governance approach for data and digital within WHO.
    Published: January 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. PATH comments on the WHO Executive Board's 2020 agenda item on the global immunization strategy. PATH reflects that immunization programming is a key component and entry point for primary health care, and calls on member states to appropriately increase domestic funding levels for immunization within the context of primary health care. PATH also commends the WHO resolution's focus on the need for investment in vaccine R&D.
    Published: January 2020
    Type: Resource Page
  10. Published: January 2020
    Type: Press Release
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