May 01, 2011
Half of the people living in developing countries do not have access to even a basic toilet. This presents a major risk to public health. Diseases attributable to poor sanitation currently kill more children globally than AIDS, malaria and measles
Feb 21, 2011
Norman Bates doesn't make an appearance in this clip, but another killer does. This awareness-raising video was made for World Water Day 2009.
Jan 01, 2011
This report presents successful models of integration that respond to community-level and national needs through a focus on primary healthcare, clean water and sanitation, and nutrition. These initiatives are generating important lessons and
Dec 03, 2010
No children should die of diarrhea and, with a coordinated package of proven interventions, they don't have to. Rotavirus vaccines are among the newest tools in the fight against diarrheal disease and the only way to prevent severe infection. Follow
Sep 01, 2010
A room with benches, plastic containers, and oral rehydration solution (ORS): these are the simple tools that furnish a typical oral rehydration therapy (ORT) corner. In the 1980's, this highly effective, low-cost intervention tremendously impacted
Apr 04, 2010
Follow PATH's Alfred Ochola as he demonstrates how simple, cost-effective solutions are defeating diarrheal disease in Western Kenya. Read more about Alfred Ochola on PATH's website.
Mar 31, 2010
No one wants talk about it, but diarrheal disease is the second leading killer of children around the world. Watch this video to find out why and learn how you can add your voice to the growing conversation.
Feb 03, 2010
Zinc for the treatment of diarrhoea: effect on diarrhoea morbidity, mortality and incidence of future episodes
Zinc supplementation for the treatment of diarrhoea has been shown to decrease the duration and severity of the diarrhoeal episode, diarrhoea hospitalization rates and, in some studies, all-cause mortality. Using multiple outcome measures, the
Apr 01, 2009
Several countries and organizations are successfully scaling up use of interventions to overcome childhood diarrhea, including safe water, improved sanitation and hygiene, breastfeeding and optimal complementary feeding, rotavirus vaccines, zinc
Jan 01, 2009
Take a trip with the DefeatDD team, reflecting on a visit to Bangladesh in 2009 to witness a pivotal clinical study of rotavirus vaccine effectiveness in impoverished communities where diarrheal disease is a common killer and access to prevention