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Jun 18, 2024
Despite great progress to improve global child health, diarrhea remains the second leading killer of children under age five. Fortunately, vaccines are available or on the way for some of the top causes of diarrhea:
Jun 05, 2024
In recent months, the world has seen a rise in global cholera outbreaks. When outbreaks emerged in Kenya and Uganda, national governments looked to PATH for support in mitigating risk to communities.
Nurse speaking to patient
May 23, 2024
The alarming increase in cholera outbreaks is fueling renewed interest in novel treatment tools.
May 08, 2024
What would you do if you saw river water levels gradually rising to your doorstep? That’s what people in villages of the Cachar District in Southern Assam, India, vividly remember.
Apr 23, 2024
Sometimes we overlook the everyday tools that keep us safe and healthy. For many of us, it’s easy to overlook the impact of vaccination, which has saved and improved countless lives.
Indian students raising their hands in the air
Apr 17, 2024
Teacher Uttama Pal underscores the importance of children’s participation in lessons on basic hygiene and toilet use.
Apr 03, 2024
Let’s further efforts to increase fair compensation and gender equity for health workers.
Mar 27, 2024
The World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding for infants to support healthy growth and development. But why is this recommended? And when women face barriers breastfeeding, what alternatives exist to provide nutrients to newborns?
Mar 20, 2024
Deaths caused by diarrhea among children less than five years old are highest in poor communities in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, including here in Bangladesh.
Mar 06, 2024
In recent months, numerous news articles have detailed global cholera outbreaks. What do we know about cholera, and why are these outbreaks so prevalent?