You may see a simple geometric pattern, but at PATH, we see a technology with great global health potential.
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For Christa Mulenga, a mother from rural Zambia, the birth of her daughter Blessings was just that, but the situation was not quite as …
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.
At PATH, innovation may be a different way of using an existing model or system to address a need, or simply a new way of doing things.
To have real health impact, PATH’s Amie Batson says we must keep people and communities at the center of innovation.
Here's how one company is using rooftops to figure out better infrastructure for food production.
Steve Davis tells us what it takes for PATH to continue to make dramatic health gains by exploring new technologies and ways of working on …
This PATH employee uses art and performance in Kenya to engage communities and improve health in lasting, meaningful ways.
This is the first time a coalition is leveraging Uganda’s general elections to amplify the health needs and rights of Ugandan citizens.
We can say that family planning is a basic human right, but how do we translate that into action?