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PATH Resources

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22 Resources
22 Resources
22 Resources
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  1. The goal of the Introducing Digital Immunization information systems: Exchange and Learning from Vietnam (IDEAL-Vietnam) project is to explore and disseminate evidence and lessons learned from Vietnam’s National Immunization Information System (NIIS) to support successful implementation of EIRs in other countries.This project will serve as a comprehensive guide, consolidating a series of case studies and reports into a working library of resources to inform, influence and accelerate the successful implementation of similar work on a global scale.The first case study, “Mobile Network Operator Partnerships in Action for Health”, explores the benefits and challenges in partnership identification, development and maintenance between Mobile Network Operator Viettel, the Ministry of Health and PATH in Vietnam. Take-away lessons in this case study are aimed to help other countries and organizations form realistic expectations when planning ahead, and identify and compare their own challenges and success with Vietnam’s perspective on key partnerships in EIR applications.This case study, other materials related to the project, and future case studies and reports can also be found on the IDEAL-Vietnam project homepage on Technet-21.org.
    Published: October 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  2. 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
  3. PATH has been a trusted partner to Vietnam’s Ministry of Health for four decades. We’ve supported its work to expand sexual, reproductive, maternal, and child health services, and to address infectious and vaccine-preventable diseases. Today, as rapid social and economic changes transform Vietnam, we are leveraging our thought leadership with the government, the private sector, civil-society organizations, and social entrepreneurs to advance equitable access to good health. Specific efforts include developing sustainable responses to diseases like HIV and tuberculosis (TB); supporting local stakeholders to develop their own health solutions, like domestically produced vaccines; and acting quickly to address new and emerging health threats, such as non-communicable diseases, hospital infections, drug resistance, and environmental dangers.
    Published: June 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  4. This webinar, hosted by the PATH Center for Malaria Control and Elimination and facilitated by PATH data visualization specialist Jonathan Drummey, explores:What is Visualize No Malaria?How does each tool in the tech stack work?What is the value of each tool?How are national programs and NGOs using VNM for decision-making?How can interested parties get involved?About Visualize No MalariaVisualize No Malaria (VNM) is a partnership between PATH, several Ministries of Health, and eight tech companies that has introduced new data visualization tools to support malaria elimination efforts in several countries.In Zambia's Southern Province, the tools have contributed to stronger malaria case management and have improved data quality, and have helped drive a 92 percent reduction in malaria-related deaths over 3 years. The Visualize No Malaria initiative has also been replicated in Senegal, which has seen a similar 60 percent drop in reported malaria cases across a population of 1.8 million in northern Senegal in just two years, and is set to expand under this commitment.This success of the partnership owes in part to its unique mix of commercial and open-source software, including DHIS2, Tableau, Alteryx, Mapbox, Twilio, Exasol, DataBlick, Slalom, and Digital Globe.
    Published: May 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  5. PATH's statement on the floor of the 72nd World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, affirming the belief that primary health care (PHC) is the most efficient and cost-effective way to achieve our shared goals of universal health coverage (UHC) as outlined in the SDGs. PATH emphasizes the importance of civic engagement and new innovations in health to achieve UHC and PHC through the transformative power of digital technologies.
    Published: May 2019
    Type: Resource Page
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