When high-powered innovators talk global health issues with PATH’s David Shoultz, health equity rises to the top.
An expected revision to Kenya’s treatment guidelines for pneumonia will benefit children. What’s the change?
Creativity, collaboration, and a multidimensional strategy go a long way in the fight against the world’s top childhood killer.
Reasons for optimism include progress against diseases, increases in school enrollment, improvements in infrastructure, and more.
More than 90 strains of a bacterium can cause pneumonia, which makes developing an effective vaccine challenging.
Vaccination, one of the most powerful health interventions ever introduced, save the lives of more than 2 million kids a year.
Water can save lives, but it can also take them. Find out how unsafe water is connected to the two biggest killers of young children: …
At PATH, we’re advancing the next generation of pneumococcal vaccines to broaden protection against pneumonia.
Guest contributor Erin Fry Sosne is PATH’s government affairs officer for child health, advocacy, and public policy. November is a …
Dr. Amy Ginsburg, an infectious diseases physician and epidemiologist, develops and leads PATH’s portfolio of innovations addressing …