Kenya

Jul 24, 2019
Photo: PATH/Tony Karumba.   As pediatricians, the currency of our trade is data, not miracles. But lifesaving oral rehydration solution (ORS) blurs these lines. Miraculous: there’s no other way to describe what it’s like to see a sunken-eyed
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Feb 01, 2019
** UPDATE: In July 2019, the World Health Organization set the global norm to deploy a simple, powerful game-changer: the ORS + zinc co-pack. Help us spread the word! ** Now, we need to encourage more countries to follow suit with their own
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Jan 09, 2019
An amino acid–based oral rehydration solution is among the potential solutions to heal gut damage. Photo: PATH/Amy Gottlieb.   Adapted from an article that originally appeared on PATH.org.   The global diarrheal disease burden comes with
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Dec 05, 2018
Basic tools and education should be at hand for caregivers everywhere. Flexible financing mechanisms can help countries prioritize where needs are greatest. Photo: PATH/Tony Karumba.   As I reflect back on 2018, I can’t help but think about the
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Nov 12, 2018
Feb 05, 2014 Myth: diarrhea is rarely fatal
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Nov 01, 2016
  Drawing on lessons from work in other countries, PATH is partnering with the Government of Kenya to develop a human milk banking network tailored to the needs of the country. The initiative integrates human milk banking with other elements of
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Jul 19, 2016
Children join the procession during the launch of the MNCH Advocacy Alliance in Kakamega, Kenya.   After a while, the preventable deaths became too much to bear.   For many years I worked as a midwife at different hospitals, and most days on the
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Feb 05, 2014
  Originally posted on the PATH blog.     Recently, Bill and Melinda Gates released their annual letter, which took on three persistent myths that block progress for the poor. In the same spirit, this week we're debunking six myths that impede
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Nov 01, 2012
On August 27, 2012, the Kenyan Poisons and Pharmacy Board approved an appeal to reclassify zinc from a prescription medicine—only available at hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies with the prescription from a trained health professional—to an over-the
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