The key to eradicating polio from the world involves a two-punch approach and crossing into war zones.
Malaria trackers to mosquito whisperers: meet some of the heroes ending one of Africa’s most dreaded diseases.
2015 PATH photography from Africa to Asia, and from silly poop hats to serious documentation of women's safety and hygiene.
We need to redefine the boundaries of what is possible in global health. But to do that, we need your help.
This highly sensitive DNA test could revolutionize cervical cancer screening by allowing women to collect their own samples.
A new initiative to fight the disease and protect all women and girls from cervical cancer gets a boost with an ambitious global goal.
PATH's long-standing country program is committed to helping Vietnam tackle its changing health needs.
Across Zambia, thousands of people are mobilized to eliminate malaria—something no sub-Saharan African country has achieved.
Creativity, collaboration, and a multidimensional strategy go a long way in the fight against the world’s top childhood killer.
To end polio, we must focus our work on hard-to-reach areas. PATH's polio vaccine development lead tells us why vaccine access is critical.