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India has tremendous health needs along with ever-expanding capacity to develop solutions. We’ve been working with public and private partners here since 1978 to address health challenges, share technical know-how, and, increasingly, support local innovation.

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38 Articles
38 Articles
38 Articles
  1. BID-FINGER-800.gif Using digital tools at an immunization clinic in Tanzania. Photo: PATH/BID project.
    March 22, 2019

    5 surprises about the acceleration of digital and data in global health

    Advances in digital technology are accelerating health care delivery worldwide, in ways that would have been unrecognizable just a few year ago. Here are a few surprises we didn’t see coming.

  2. Mobile application for AES
    March 19, 2019

    Using digital tools to track TB cases in India—by the millions

    A connected system improves tuberculosis patient outcomes while providing essential data to planners

  3. Workers manufacturing vaccines
    March 14, 2019

    Supporting vaccine manufacturers to supply critical vaccines

    When more vaccine manufacturers are able to enter the market, supply increases while cost decreases. PATH supports emerging market vaccine manufacturers to do just that, improving access to lifesaving vaccines.

  4. A narrow lane inside a slum in the city of Mumbai, India. The densely crowded slums are home to many tuberculosis patients.
    January 16, 2019

    Finding the missing millions: the importance of private sector engagement for eliminating tuberculosis

    The PPIA model implemented by PATH and partners in Mumbai has resulted in more than 60,000 TB cases being diagnosed, over 7,000 TB patients being screened for HIV, and achieved an over 80% treatment success rate. A pan-India version of this model is projected to impact 3.5 million lives across 23 states and 406 cities in the next three years.

  5. Infant receives a vaccine at a national immunization clinic in The Gambia. Photo: PATH/Lauren Newhouse
    November 9, 2018

    Is the pneumonia prevention toolkit about to get bigger?

    New vaccines on the horizon, if successful, could help resource-strapped countries make valuable headway against the world’s #1 child killer—pneumonia.

  6. Health center staff with Dr. Mukergee and children standing in front of Japanese Encephalitis poster, West Bengal, India, July 2006
    October 30, 2018

    Japanese encephalitis—no longer neglected: A model for other new vaccines

    No longer neglected? Japanese encephalitis is a model for new vaccines to prevent other tropical diseases.

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