Institute for OneWorld Health

Institute for OneWorld Health

OneWorld Health was a 501(c)(3) nonprofit drug development organization founded in San Francisco in 2000 by Victoria Hale. In December 2011, OneWorld Health became a drug development program of PATH (global health organization), an international nonprofit organization that transforms global health through innovation. Wikipedia

Institute for OneWorld Health

OneWorld Health was a 501(c)(3) nonprofit drug development organization founded in San Francisco in 2000 by Victoria Hale. In December 2011, OneWorld Health became a drug development program of PATH (global health organization), an international nonprofit organization that transforms global health through innovation. Wikipedia

Aug 31, 0:03 PM

Walking down this street near the childrens hygiene club, says PATH communications officer Erika Amaya, reminds us that our work to keep kids free from diarrhea isnt just about helping them survive, its about giving them the chance to have happy, healthy childhoods and laying the groundwork for productive, fulfilling adulthoods. Erika works at PATHs Defeat Diarrheal Disease Initiative, which raises awareness about the burden of diarrheal disease and advocates for an integrated approach to address the cycle of malnutrition, poverty, and poor health. . Cross-sectoral partnerships are helping to combat childhood diarrhea and its long-term effects. PATH works with many partners globally and locally to save lives and strengthen communities by fighting diarrheal disease. You can watch more at youtube.com/DefeatDD/. . Swipe left to see the photo and video: PATH/Erika Amaya Kuempel (@rk.my)

Aug 28, 0:59 PM

Dr. Stephen Redd gives a tour of US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Emergency Operations Center, which serves as a command center for monitoring and coordinating CDCs emergency response activities to health threats in the United States and abroad. . Over the past seven decades, the CDC has played a vital role in global health, responding to the worlds most deadly disease outbreaks and advancing critical research that promotes health and security globally while protecting the lives of Americans. This makes it all the more distressing to see the US Administration and Congress call for significant cuts to CDC in Fiscal Year 2018. To see why defunding the CDC would put us all in danger, in every country of the globe, read our latest blog via the link in our bio:""7 ways CDC is keeping us safe from deadly diseases."" . Photo: CDC/Mark Fletcher

Aug 25, 11:40 AM

Adorning this young girls face is thanaka paste, made from the bark and roots of local trees in Myanmar. Besides offering protection from the sun, the paste smells sweetly of sandalwood and is considered cosmetically beautiful. . Photo: PATH/Minzayar

Aug 24, 11:16 AM

Before there was no nutritional component to my clinical practice, said Bupe Malama, a clinical officer at Wusakile Mine Hospital. Now I understand the importance of nutrition better. Bupe received training through the PATH-led Thrive Project to assess and counsel HIV patients in nutrition. More than 1,000 nutritionists, nurses, and pharmacists, from large public hospitals to small rural clinics, have been trained to provide the services in four Zambian provinces. . Photo: PATH/Gabe Bienczycki.

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