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Mar 23, 2023
A boy is taking a bath in the Mohammadpur slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Photo: Maksudur Rahman
Mar 13, 2023
Photo: PATH. Rotavirus has the potential to impact every child in every country, rich or poor, regardless of access to safe water and sanitation. But the majority of deaths from rotavirus occur in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia in
Mar 10, 2023
Annet Onyamasi administers an oral rotavirus vaccine to a child at the Khwisero Health Clinic in Kenya. Photo: PATH. The world has quickly become accustomed to vaccines on demand, as scientists and pharmaceutical companies pursue and release
Mar 08, 2023
The climate crisis is a health crisis, and one of its manifestations is its disruptive impact on safe drinking water and sanitation. Weather extremes like flooding stress sanitation systems and create increased opportunity for waterborne diseases
Mar 07, 2023
In 2006, the World Health Organization (WHO) approved for global use vaccines against rotavirus, the most lethal cause of severe childhood diarrhea. Dr. George Armah was among the researchers who made it possible, starting his career in on rotavirus
Feb 16, 2023
Feb 08, 2023
"My intention is to inspire women to the best of my ability."
Feb 03, 2023
There’s nothing like new staff to help bring fresh perspectives to our issues.
Jan 18, 2023
Findings from a new series of studies could hold broad implications for developing vaccines against enteric pathogens.
Dec 13, 2022
“No diarrhea; more smiles.” “The answers are in the poop.” This and more poo-etic wisdom from our the VASE Conference attendees graced the open spaces between the poster presentations.