PATH’s latest materials highlight recent advances and challenges in global health.
PATH's health solutions touched more than 118 million people around the world in 2012. This online version of our annual report highlights our milestones in three focus areas: diarrheal disease and pneumonia; family health; and malaria. It also features innovations in technology development and country-based health programs, a financial summary, and information about our donors, leadership, and global presence.
This policy report highlights the essential role that public-private partnerships play in driving global health product development and offers insights into the key components of successful multi-sector partnerships led by PATH.
This banner serves as the backdrop for a vaccine presentation game in the project Optimize traveling exhibit—an exhibit featuring supply chain innovations being developed and tested in different countries around the world. The banner illustrates that while vaccine price is a big part of the total cost, there are many other important costs associated with each type of vaccine presentation that are less obvious, including costs for shipping, cold chain maintenance, and training.
These reports describe partnerships with the ministries of health in Albania, Senegal, Vietnam to demonstrate innovations in the supply chain. These innovations, such as an online immunization registry and remote alarm system in the cold chain, may help meet the demands of an increasingly large and costly portfolio of vaccines.
This brochure describes how, since 2001, PATH has brought our global health expertise and innovative approaches to the fight against tuberculosis. We work hand in hand with global partners with a special focus on high-burden countries.
This guide was developed to help advocacy, communication, and social mobilization (ACSM) programs at national and subnational levels strengthen their routine monitoring and evaluation of tuberculosis ACSM activities. A training curriculum based on the guide is also available.
Policy advocacy is an effective method to achieve global health goals by ensuring that necessary resources, policies, and political will are available to support important programs. This guide helps professionals lead workshops based on PATH’s ten-part framework to assess policy advocacy options and plan strategic goals and activities.
This report evaluates whether dose-sparing could improve the availability of yellow fever vaccine globally, including the potential benefits, possible obstacles, and associated costs of dose-sparing as a vaccine delivery strategy.
In Vietnam, project Optimize worked with government and software partners to help introduce a digital immunization registry. This brief describes how the registry allowed the health system to better track children due for vaccination and shortened the time required for recording and reporting immunizations, compared to the existing paper-based registry.
This fact sheet provides an overview of PATH's support to the government of Vietnam on tuberculosis control activities, including the public-private mix referral mechanism and advocacy, communications, and social mobilization strategy.
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