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Categories: Health technologies
Creativity, collaboration, and a multidimensional strategy go a long way in the fight against the world’s top childhood killer.
We’ve nearly eliminated the cause of a deadly kind of meningitis in Africa. Two PATH leaders tell us why we can’t stop the fight.
To have real health impact, PATH’s Amie Batson says we must keep people and communities at the center of innovation.
This PATH-designed cup provides an ingenious way for preemies and infants with cleft palate to sip breastmilk at their own pace.
In PATH's shop a diverse group of experts are helping design a low-cost device that could save thousands of newborn lives.
PATH helped develop a simple tool that could save the lives of 169,000 women over the next 15 years. And yes, it involves a balloon.
Shake a tail feather for greater access to the only available woman-initiated protection from both unplanned pregnancy and sexually …
With 1.8 million young people entering reproductive age, PATH experts say the need for family planning resources will only increase.
PATH’s program lead for Uganda tells us how closing the gaps in health service delivery is saving lives. But there's more work to do.