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Dec 02, 2011
At defeatDD, we love to talk *bleep*, so we made a video about it. After all, if we can't talk *bleep,* we can't defeat death by *bleep.* Spread the word!    
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Nov 01, 2011
This fact sheet summarizes PATH's projects in Vietnam that aimed to reduce childhood illness and death from diarrhea. Efforts included collaborations to update guidelines for health workers, clinical trials of rotavirus vaccines, and household water
Factsheets
Nov 01, 2011
This briefing paper details PATH's partnership with officials and health leaders in Vietnam that bridged policy with community health delivery to reduce hospitalization and death from childhood diarrhea. A multi-faceted effort brought the national
Factsheets
Nov 01, 2011
This document outlines a landscape policy analysis that identified challenges and opportunities for prioritizing diarrheal disease in Malawi. A local steering committee identified strengths and weaknesses in current policies, recommended steps to re
Factsheets
Nov 01, 2011
Diarrheal disease is one of the top two causes of child death in most countries in sub-Saharan Africa, and Malawi is no exception. Diarrhea causes approximately 11 percent of deaths in children under five years of age in the country, with
Factsheets
Jul 01, 2011
PATH is working to promote human milk banking to improve nutrition for infants who are especially vulnerable, such as those in resource-limited settings who are pre-term, low birthweight, severely malnourished, born to HIV-positive mothers, or
Factsheets
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
Reports
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.    
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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
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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
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