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This post was originally published on the Devex website and was cross-posted here with permission.  How can innovative technology be used to save the lives of children at high risk of death from pneumonia? Photo by: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation During the past decade, smartphones have transformed...

This post was originally published on the Huffington Post and was cross-posted here with permission.   A girl in Cambodia is assessed for pneumonia. Copyright Malaria Consortium/Peter Caton Today is World Pneumonia Day - a time to recognise the fact that pneumonia kills more children than any other...

This post was originally published on the Huffington Post and is cross posted here with permission.   Over the course of my career, I've been more personally committed to eliminating pneumonia as a major killer of children. So in 2009, I was delighted to join a small...

This post was originally published on the PATH blog and is cross-posted here with permission   Creativity, collaboration, and a multidimensional strategy go a long way in the fight against the world’s top childhood killer.   [caption id="attachment_6902" align="aligncenter" width="810"] There are many interventions and solutions worth getting excited about...

What do color-changing band-aids, human milk banks and peanut butter-based antibiotics have in common? They could be the secret weapons that deliver a victory against the leading killer of children under five - pneumonia. Unlike the other major infectious disease killers of children - malaria, measles...

This article was originally published on Impatient Optimists and is cross-posted here with permission. by: Monica Posada [caption id="attachment_6749" align="aligncenter" width="284"] Rochom Wart, a Cambodian village malaria worker, uses a pulse oximeter to test for pneumonia in a baby.Photo: Peter Caton/Malaria Consortium.[/caption] Rochom Wart is one of 65 village...

This post originally appeared on the USAID IMPACT blog and is cross-posted here with permission. by Robert Steinglass and Katrin DeCamp MCHIP immunization work in India / JSI For many problems in global health, we struggle to know the solutions. Pneumonia is not one of them. Since passing the 500 day countdown...

This post originally appeared on the DefeatDD blog and is cross-posted here with permission. By: Lauren Newhouse, Communications officer for PATH’s pneumococcal vaccine development project As we mark the sixth annual World Pneumonia Day this month, you might be wondering why you should continue to care. You may have heard that pneumonia...