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January 3, 2012 | The Editors

There’s a vaccine for that

In 2003, vaccines against rotavirus were poised to reach the global market, but surprisingly few people knew the virus’ name, let alone …

December 27, 2011 | The Editors

How you change health for the better

If you’re like many of us, you spend the last few days of the year figuring out how to make the most of your charitable giving. Dawn …

December 23, 2011 | The Editors

Definition of a catalyst: you

At the end of the year, many of us make decisions about our charitable contributions. That means it’s a busy season for PATH’s …

December 20, 2011 |

Finding “the boss”

Siri Wood, a senior officer in our Reproductive Health Global Program, recently gave us a great reminder of whom we work for when she …

December 16, 2011 | The Editors

Does a flu vaccine make sense for Senegal?

This much we know: people in Senegal definitely get influenza, and studies in other African countries have found influenza is associated …

December 13, 2011 | The Editors

Celebrating 20 years in Kenya

Rikka Trangsrud came to Africa in 1991, the same year that PATH established a formal presence in Kenya. For the past nine years, …

December 6, 2011 | The Editors

In Sudan, seeing promise in a new vaccine

PATH’s Doune Porter was in Sudan recently to observe vaccinations to protect children from rotavirus, the most common cause of severe …

November 30, 2011 |

World AIDS Day 2011

Imagine you’re at work when your manager approaches. Some of the guys are getting together later, he says. But they’re not …

November 29, 2011 |

The power of vaccines

Early in my career, right after my medical training, I worked in the pediatric ward of a hospital for refugees on the Thai-Cambodian …

November 29, 2011 | The Editors

Introducing our blog

One of the great things about working at PATH is the stories you hear. On Monday, you might run into someone who knows what it takes to …