Breakthrough innovations that can save women and children now

PATH, 2013

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Ten innovations that could save the lives of 1.2 million children and mothers by the end of 2015 and help achieve the health-related Millennium Development Goals have been highlighted in a recent report by a US-based international NGO. From new medicines that prevent deadly infections in newborns, to new uses of supply chains to deliver medicines to the most remote areas, these are game-changing practices and advances. PATH worked with public and private institutions to produce a shortlist of promising low-cost health innovations and then used a modelling tool to estimate how many lives could be saved if they were implemented in developing nations.

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