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Vaccines are one of the most effective, affordable, and beneficial tools in public health. Because market forces alone are not always strong enough to drive the development of vaccines most urgently needed in lower-income countries, PATH’s Vaccine Development Global Program is stepping in to fill the gap. Find out more »


World Pneumonia Day calls attention to leading child killer 

WPD_2014_logo_landscapePneumonia is the number one infectious disease killing children under five years of age worldwide. In 2013 alone, it was responsible for the death of a child every 35 seconds. This month, the global health community came together on World Pneumonia Day to bring this pervasive killer into the spotlight. PATH did its part through events and social media to highlight the importance of integrated prevention and treatment strategies that combat pneumonia and other leading child killers, like diarrhea, simultaneously.  Visit the World Pneumonia Day website »

Highlights

blog: Oh the places we go! World Toilet Day celebrates an integral diarrhea control tool. See the new toilet calendar »

press release: Check out new positive clinical trial results for a vaccine candidate against bacterial diarrhea »

newsletter: Read the latest issue of our e-newsletter »

website: View DefeatDD’s new interactive story series on the fight against diarrhea »

 


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Banner photos, clockwise from left: PATH/Gabe Bienczycki; PATH/Chutima Suraratdecha; PATH.

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