PATH ensures that decision-makers have the support and information they need to make evidence-based decisions that accelerate health equity so all people and communities can thrive.
In India, PATH advocates helped a fledgling ambulance service grow into a lifesaving program for mothers and babies.
Far too often women and girls face barriers to accessing quality, affordable health services. Many walk miles to find a health center. When they finally arrive, the doctor or nurse may not even be there. The supplies they need may be out of stock, or they might pay a high price out-of-pocket—and this only when they are empowered to seek care in the first place.
How taking my own child to be vaccinated gave me fresh perspective on PATH's work.
The PATH-convened Learning Lab in Nairobi explored the evolving landscape of health advocacy in countries with differing political structures.
Research and development (R&D) into new medical products is the engine driving progress toward health for all. Regulatory approvals are essential to ensuring the safety and efficacy of these products—but regulatory processes differ from country to country across Africa, resulting in delays in introduction and scale-up.
One year after declaring January 30 be annually recognized as National Human African trypanosomiasis (HAT) Day, the Congolese government and PATH celebrate progress toward disease elimination and launch new scholarship fund to train the next cohort of HAT fighters.
Browse resources and publications from our program in the PATH resource database.