In Myanmar, PATH partnerships deliver fortified rice from field to fork.
PATH works to make people’s lives better in 70+ countries. Every so often, an animal walks onto the scene.
For Africans with diabetes, medicines and supplies are often hard to access. We’re working to erase those barriers.
Millions of lives could be saved by the ideas identified at SL@B, an annual competition with a funny-sounding name.
Scientists discovered a “cheap, easy, and quick” way to make polio vaccines using plant leaves.
A chance finding from 20 years ago may have the potential to transform vaccinology.
Fortified foods like Yummy Soy increase healthy outcomes for HIV patients, pregnant women, and kids.
Can a vaccine for pregnant moms protect their babies from dangerous bacterial infections? PATH’s Mark Alderson believes it can.
The virtues of pressure-cooking—with an added iron twist.
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