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PATH Resources

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1867 Resources
1867 Resources
1867 Resources
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  1. As a partner of the Bridge Collaborative, PATH worked with other global organizations to identify opportunities for cross-sector actions to address global challenges influenced by the development, health, and environmental sectors. This report identified three focus areas:Accelerating a low-carbon, clean air, and environmentally-friendly energy future for allTransforming the global food system for health and sustainabilityTargeting sanitation and wastewater improvements to maximise benefits for people and natureThe Bridge Collaborative is a partnership of PATH, The Nature Conservancy, Duke University, International Food Policy Research Institute, and UNDP.
    Published: September 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  2. This year's annual report features our annual financial overview, PATH's leadership, list of PATH's funders and supporters and our accomplishments in 2018.
    Published: September 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Through the USAID-funded Challenge TB project, PATH partnered with Tanzania’s National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Programme to develop a mobile application that allows people to self-screen for TB using a basic mobile phone to increase knowledge and awareness. This technical brief describes PATH’s strategic approach to collaborating with partners to develop the mobile health application, implementation, results and best practices.
    Published: September 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  4. Under the USAID-funded Challenge TB project in Tanzania, PATH worked with six organizations to engage in community-based TB activities as well as organizational capacity-building work to increase the CBOs’ ability to sustain TB programming beyond the life of the project and ultimately increase community mobilization to actively identify TB patients, improve case notification rates, and improve treatment adherence. This brief describes the various capacity building methods employed and results and achievements.
    Published: September 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  5. Public health campaigns aim to control disease or deliver essential health services and products through time-limited and periodic channels. Many countries use campaigns to augment or replace routine service delivery, to target certain populations, or to accelerate progress towards coverage targets. The Root Cause Analysis and Rapid Evaluation, Action, and Learning toolkits present a systematic but flexible approach to identifying the root causes of campaign bottlenecks and then designing, testing, and refining solutions to optimize potential impact. These toolkits respond to a growing need for "fit-for-purpose" rapid-testing, adaptive learning approaches to evaluation and the need for a culture shift toward iterative adaptation and improvement that integrates measurement and evidence-informed decision-making into daily practice.The comprehensive package of toolkits, in addition to the individual Root Cause Analysis toolkit and Rapid Evaluation, Action, and Learning toolkit are available below.
    Published: September 2019
    Type: Resource Page
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