The PATH Center for Malaria Elimination and Control is accelerating progress against malaria through innovative tools, approaches, and partnerships.
2018 was a landmark year in malaria.
During the first 15 years of the 21st century, deaths from malaria fell dramatically. But progress is not inevitable and has recently stalled. New tools, like vaccines, are needed to keep efforts on track.
Malaria is on the rise. This should concern us all.
Low-cost, simple, point-of-care blood tests for G6PD enzyme deficiency are a key part of Plasmodium vivax malaria treatment, and a step towards eliminating malaria overall
New rapid point of care diagnostic tests for malaria can identify patients who have few symptoms, but carry the malaria parasite nonetheless
The world has changed in remarkable—even unprecedented—ways since PATH got its start. Now we're accelerating our efforts to create greater health, equity, and opportunity everywhere.