Philippe Guinot, PATH’s country leader in Senegal, wonders what growing isolationism means for West Africa and malaria.
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A reindeer carcass, frozen for decades, thaws and unleashes disease. What’s the worst that could happen?
Kenya is working to ensure children are exclusively breastfed, but work remains to improve infant and young child feeding practices.
A multi-pronged strategy in India is saving lives through low-cost interventions such as donated human milk and breastfeeding support.
The Siemens Foundation-PATH Fellowship aims to nurture the young scientists who will shape the future of global health.
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PATH asked women to help us develop a new tool for HIV protection. The result: an innovative, first-of-its-kind drug delivery patch.
PATH’s Steve Davis remembers the former ONE Campaign leader and global health trailblazer.
Her grandmother, a pioneering midwife in Peru, inspired Milka Dinev’s lifelong passion for reproductive health.
How raising edible insects is opening new doors for health and economic livelihood.