Vaccine Development Global Program

Developing new, affordable vaccines for the people who need them most

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 »


Japanese encephalitis vaccine introduced in Laos

PATH web page. Landmark protection for Asia's Children. (http://www.path.org/projects/japanese_encephalitis_project.php)

Laos took a major step toward improving public health on April 1, when it launched a campaign to vaccinate 1.5 million children against Japanese encephalitis (JE). Learn how PATH and our many partners put the JE vaccine on the fast track. Read the news article »

Photo credit: PATH/Aaron Joel Santos

Highlights

update: WHO calls for public disclosure of of clinical trial results »

blog: World Immunization Week starts 4/24. Follow the #protectingkids series »

blog: This is how we ensure the safety of a vaccine »

update: India rolls out ROTAVAC® in the private sector. Read the RotaFlash »

blog: Partners convene to discuss way forward for maternal immunization »

 


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

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