PATH’s Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access

Vaccines for the people who need them most

PATH’s Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access (CVIA) brings together expertise across every stage of vaccine research, development, and introduction to make lifesaving vaccines globally available to women, children, and communities, particularly in low resource settings. CVIA’s current portfolio encompasses more than two dozen vaccine projects either in development or already in use to protect against 16 different diseases, including enteric and diarrheal diseases, malaria, meningitis, pneumonia, and polio. Find out more »

DefeatDD’s 2017 Poo Haiku winners

What makes a winning haiku? This is DefeatDD’s third Poo Haiku campaign, but the answer to that question hasn’t gotten any easier. This year’s entries run the gamut from informative to emotional to clever. There’s not just one answer, but many … kind of like the solutions to defeat diarrheal disease! Each haiku plays its part—using information, emotion, and wit—in service of the ultimate goal: demanding greater attention to and investment in diarrheal disease. Read about the 2017 winners »


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announcement: PATH and GSK welcome funding towards malaria vaccine pilot implementation »

announcement: PATH and partners launch new project to combat typhoid fever »

publication: The “Vaccine Innovation Lexicon” helps establish common vocabulary (PDF 6,622 KB) »

rotaflash: Health economics tools build evidence for rotavirus vaccine introduction »

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Visit the Vaccine Resource Library

PATH’s Vaccine Resource Library (VRL) seeks to gather the world’s best immunization resources in a single, easy-to-use website. The VRL offers high-quality, scientifically accurate documents and links on specific diseases and topics in immunization. Learn more »

Banner photos, clockwise from left: PATH/Aaron Joel Santos; PATH/Will Boase; PATH/Gabe Bienczycki.

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