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Jul 10, 2017
When the floods came and privacy and safety were harder to find, the Kumar family decided to take out a loan and build a toilet instead This video won a Silver Telly Award in the Online category under Public Interest and Awareness!  of using nearby
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Jun 23, 2017
PATH developed these messages for use by anyone interested in communicating the impact of diarrhea on the health and development of children and families around the world. This is also a guide to communicating the value of rotavirus vaccines within
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Jun 08, 2017
The Global Burden of Disease, a study from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) and published in the The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal, shows that while deaths due to diarrhea have reduced substantially, the incidence of the
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May 26, 2017
This summary from the Global Handwashing Partnership outlines key themes and findings from 59 peer-reviewed handwashing-related research papers published in 2016, relevant to low and middle-income countries, around 1) the benefits of handwashing
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May 10, 2017
Rotavirus still kills over 200,000 children each year, but even non-fatal cases can have a dramatic impact on families due to the economic burden of treating the disease. Parents like Jacqueline, a mother from Malawi, often lose substantial amounts
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May 01, 2017
The US Government's Call to Action for Child Survival, launched in 2012, initiated an annual Acting on the Call report that documented the US government contributions to child health around the world. The 2017 report outlines what is possible if we
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Feb 24, 2017
The cascading burden of diarrheal disease Revealing the hidden costs of ETEC and Shigella diarrhea
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Feb 15, 2017
Foodborne and waterborne diarrheal disease kills an estimated 2 million people annually. Evidence suggests that food is equal to and may be more important than water as a route of transmission of diarrhea in developing countries. In response to the
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Jan 01, 2017
Rotavirus vaccines are saving lives and improving health in countries where they have been introduced as part of the routine childhood immunization program. We spoke with scientists, advocates, and leaders in three countries—Nicaragua, Ghana, and
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Nov 19, 2016
Make a stink about diarrhea. Share a poo haiku! 
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