If pneumonia can infect anyone, the prevention and treatment measures should be available to everyone who needs them.
Why is oxygen, an essential element of human life, so difficult to access and provide in some settings?
Mark Alderson won’t rest easy until he solves one of the biggest problems in global health: a vaccine against pneumonia.
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.
We’ve nearly eliminated the cause of a deadly kind of meningitis in Africa. Two PATH leaders tell us why we can’t stop the fight.
Vaccines work. In these stories from around the globe, we see their power to protect kids, strengthen communities, and create opportunities.
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.