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Graphic illustrations of the six leading diarrhea pathogens in children
May 10, 2022
Enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC) and Shigella are leading bacterial causes of diarrhea. Experts have long suspected that they are responsible for a large proportion of the global diarrheal disease burden. However, morbidity and mortality estimates of
Stakeholders hold copies of the primary healthcare policy
Apr 27, 2022
Kenya’s PHC Strategic Framework 2019-2024 further solidifies the country’s commitment to PHC following the 2018 signing of the Declaration of Astana.
Nurse looks at a screen of a health assessment tool
Mar 29, 2022
A model of school-based community health is keeping Zambian children healthy so that they can effectively learn.
People swim in a light brown lake
Mar 21, 2022
The old paradigms are failing. Senegal is home to many pioneering WASH efforts.
International Women's Day logo
Mar 04, 2022
Climate change poses unique threats to their safety, financial well-being, and educational opportunities.
Health worker in Nepal draws vaccine into a syringe. PATH/Rocky Prajapati
Feb 22, 2022
Recent research on the leading vaccine candidates against ETEC and Shigella diarrhea reveals exciting progress.
Cultured protein manufacturing process
Feb 17, 2022
A shift to cultured protein would have dramatic benefits for both human and planetary health.
Women sitting outside Chiradzulu Health Center, Malawi
Feb 07, 2022
Earlier vaccination may be key to improving rotavirus vaccine efficacy in low-income country settings.
An ORS/zinc co-pack in Zambia. Credit: ColaLife
Feb 02, 2022
A new advocacy alliance aims to accelerate access to ORS and zinc through co-packaging, awareness-raising, and removing barriers to implementation.
Bifidobacterium image
Dec 16, 2021
Beneficial bacteria in an infant's gut - fed by breast milk - are key to helping fight infections such as diarrhea.