Market Development

We partner with countries and work at the global level to assess supply and demand for health products and build markets that address the five A’s: affordability, availability, assured quality, appropriate design, and awareness.

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30 Articles
  1. A community health worker's travel case of family planning options including the injectable contraceptive DMPA-SC (brand name Sayana Press)
    June 18, 2018

    DMPA-SC Access Collaborative: Putting a new type of injectable contraception within reach

    A new initiative led by PATH in partnership with John Snow, Inc., the DMPA-SC Access Collaborative works with ministries of health and partners to strengthen scale-up and build a robust global market for DMPA-SC as an important addition to the full range of contraceptive options.

  2. Community health worker holds subcutaneous DMPA device (DMPA-SC, Sayana Press)
    June 18, 2018

    Practical guidance for DMPA-SC introduction and scale-up

    Family planning leaders can draw from an established base of evidence to integrate DMPA-SC in efforts to address unmet need and increase access to contraception through a range of delivery channels.

  3. Family planning provider training in Uganda
    June 18, 2018

    Training for DMPA-SC, the all-in-one injectable contraceptive

    Several thousands of health workers around the world have been trained to safely provide DMPA-SC injections in clinics, community locations, and villages, and even to support women to self-inject.

  4. Health worker writing at desk in clinic. PATH/David Jacobs
    June 4, 2018

    Deciding the best use of health resources? Hint: it requires math

    Countries have to determine how to make the best use of limited resources. PATH uses health economics to inform countries' decisions about vaccines.

  5. A rice paddy in Ayeyarwady Region, Myanmar. Photo: PATH/Dara Lee.
    October 11, 2017

    In Myanmar, a simple switch to fortified rice brings huge nutritional impact

    How PATH partnerships deliver fortified rice from field to fork in Myanmar.

  6. Alfred Samba, a rural farmer in Senegal, has been living with diabetes for more than 15 years. He struggles to get access to affordable care and treatment. Photo: PATH/Gabe Bienczycki.
    September 7, 2017

    Taking on one of Africa’s top killers (hint: it’s not what you think)

    For Africans with diabetes, medicines and supplies are often hard to access. We’re working to erase those barriers.

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