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1841 Resources
1841 Resources
1841 Resources
    Date
  1. Published: June 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  2. This fact sheet describes PATH’s work in maternal immunization—an approach of vaccinating during pregnancy to protect a mother and/or her infant. It covers work across vaccine projects targeting respiratory syncytial virus, Group B Streptococcus, influenza, and pertussis—infections that disproportionately threaten mothers and/or newborns.
    Published: May 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  3. This brief, developed by the Advancing Maternal Immunization (AMI) collaboration, describes the activities required in the near- and mid-to long-term to generate key evidence and achieve the necessary conditions for advancing respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) maternal immunization in low- and middle-income countries. It is a companion to AMI's Advancing RSV Maternal Immunization: A Gap Analysis Report, which describes the evidence, information, and policy needs of global and country decision-makers, public health program planners, and implementers who might be involved in decision-making and introducing maternal RSV vaccines.AMI is a collaboration of cross-sectoral experts convened by PATH and WHO with the purpose of advancing RSV maternal immunization.Related links:A Roadmap for Advancing RSV Maternal ImmunizationAdvancing Maternal ImmunizationAdvancing RSV Maternal Immunization: A gap analysis brief
    Published: May 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. PHC Insights Series:Strengthening people-centered primary health care (PHC) is likely the most cost-effective approach to achieving sustainable health and social impact. It is the foundation of health systems that put people first, address diverse health needs, and leave no one behind. These case studies highlight PATH’s work in designing, implementing and scaling people-centered initiatives. We focus on actions that have worked to help communities, countries, and regions move towards people-centered PHC, while also suggesting future directions to be leveraged. The case studies utilize suggested levers from the WHO Operational Framework for PHC to frame current and future actions.
    Published: May 2019
    Type: Resource Page
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