An e-newsletter about PATH’s global health security work
The GHS Bulletin provides updates on outbreaks of global importance, news on issues in global health security, and progress in PATH’s country activities in support of the US government’s Global Health Security Agenda. PATH’s GHS project collaborates closely with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, national governments, and partners in Senegal, Tanzania, and Vietnam to empower poor countries in preventing, detecting, and responding rapidly to infectious disease outbreaks.
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- PATH supports DRC Ministry of Health’s response to Ebola outbreak
- Digital mapping for outbreak response
- Emergency service capacity building
- Learning across borders: DRC and Senegal share lessons in building emergency operations centers
- Tanzania’s experience with electronic disease surveillance and reporting
- PATH joins Joint External Evaluation Alliance to support progress toward International Health Regulations implementation
- PATH events in Washington DC focused on advocacy for global health security
- Vietnam uses data to prepare, prevent, respond
- New activities in Tanzania, DRC, and Senegal
- PATH leadership talks security at UNGA
- PATH VP of public health on uncertain future of preparedness funding
- Yellow fever outbreak sparks vaccination campaign in DRC
- Tanzania builds electronic network for infection detection, surveillance, and response
- Global fight against Zika including US $1.1 billion in funding.
- WHO warns of failure to prepare for infectious disease at World Health Assembly.
- Congress visits new Vietnam Emergency Operations Center.
- Multi-country transition to bivalent oral polio vaccine.
- Vigilant surveillance for Ebola detection.
- PATH’s work in Tanzania to strengthen routine reporting of infectious disease surveillance.
- Zika virus spread and response.
- US government plans to fight multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
- Summary of a panel discussion on global health security, featuring a delegation of health representatives from 18 African countries.