Malawi

  1. Published: April 2019
    Type: Press Release
  2. Subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC, brand name Sayana® Press) is all-in-one injectable contraceptive that protects against pregnancy for three months. PATH regularly hosts webinars to share the latest evidence and experience from DMPA-SC research, introduction, and scale-up, including self-injection.For more information, visit www.path.org/dmpa-sc, sign up for our newsletter, or email FPoptions@path.org.
    Published: March 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Thousands of women are now taking charge of their reproductive health through self-injection of the contraceptive subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC, brand name Sayana® Press). In this February 13, 2019 webinar, speakers presented evidence from five countries at different stages of DMPA-SC introduction and scale-up, from earliest (Ghana) to more advanced (Uganda). Speakers also shared insights on applying research findings to program design and delivery. This webinar was hosted by the DMPA-SC Access Collaborative Learning and Action Network.For more information, visit www.path.org/dmpa-sc, sign up for our newsletter, or email FPoptions@path.org.
    Published: February 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  4. Countries have to determine how to make the best use of limited resources. PATH uses health economics to inform countries' decisions about vaccines.
    Published: June 2018
    Type: Article
  5. A chance finding from 20 years ago may have the potential to transform vaccinology.
    Published: August 2017
    Type: Article
  6. Some stories get more comments and likes on social media than others. Here are 5 of our favorites.
    Published: July 2017
    Type: Article
  7. This report describes perspectives and viewpoints of a broad spectrum of key stakeholders in the maternal immunization arena in Malawi. It documents information and lessons learned around maternal immunization including the vaccine policy decision-making process, potential programmatic implications of vaccine delivery for pregnant women, and perceptions and concerns about influenza and influenza vaccine among community members and health workers.
    Published: October 2016
    Type: Resource Page
  8. Getting our new, soft NIFTY cup delivered to preemies in Malawi and Tanzania who can't breastfeed.
    Published: September 2016
    Type: Article
  9. Kenya is working to ensure children are exclusively breastfed. Next up: improving infant and young child feeding practices.
    Published: August 2016
    Type: Article
  10. In Malawi, it took a community of dedicated advocates "making some noise" to get a list of lifesaving medicines approved.
    Published: June 2015
    Type: Article
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