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Oct 18, 2023
Flooding, heat waves, drought, and other extreme weather events have an immense impact on human health. Learn more about the effect on diarrheal disease.
Oct 13, 2023
In this time of post-pandemic economic recovery, many countries are confronting concurrent multiple challenges including high inflation, adverse weather conditions due to El Niño, and difficulties importing food due to conflict-driven challenges.
Sep 28, 2023
It’s the end of an era for PATH and for the DefeatDD team. After 15 years at PATH, Dr. Lou Bourgeois, a well-known investigator  in the field of enteric vaccine research, is retiring. Before he leaves, we sat down with him to reflect on his
Sep 20, 2023
Rotavirus vaccines are safe, effective, and reaching more children than ever before. But rotavirus still tops the list of pathogens responsible for deadly diarrhea in sub-Saharan Africa.
Aug 23, 2023
Rotavirus remains a common cause of severe diarrhea in young children in Indonesia. In a strong step forward for child health, the country introduced rotavirus vaccines nationwide, which will greatly reduce disease burden.  
Aug 01, 2023
Establishing supportive environments that enable women to balance their professional responsibilities and breastfeeding journey is essential.
Jul 25, 2023
Ever heard of the saying, "Small things can make a big difference?" Take the humble packet of Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS), for example: a simple yet effective lifesaver.
Jul 13, 2023
Local clinics are the heart of rural community health. But where can a patient turn when health care facilities, or HCFs, are unable to provide one of the most basic elements of care: clean water? This harsh reality confronts 1.7 billion people
A young boy washes his hands at a handwashing station.
Jul 01, 2023
There's more to handwashing with soap than meets the eye.
Jun 29, 2023
Families collect water in a displacement camp outside Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where they were forced to flee after a volcanic eruption. Photo: PATH/Ley Uwera.