Refugee camps test prototype device that generates chlorine on-site for simpler water treatment.
Something old makes something new: a drug with antiseptic power could save hundreds of thousands of lives
Essential. Necessary. This is what we call a simple medicine with great potential to save the most vulnerable population—babies.
What would you do if you knew there was a drug that could save thousands of lives if you could just get it to the right people?
Meet a PATH employee who’s working to make a difference by understanding the connections between poor health and gender-based violence.
An expected revision to Kenya’s treatment guidelines for pneumonia will benefit children. What’s the change?
This PATH employee uses art and performance in Kenya to engage communities and improve health in lasting, meaningful ways.
Medicines and tools needed to treat diabetes don't always get to the people who need them most. Here's what PATH's doing about it.
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.
Moms and newborns have healthier futures when countries invest in proven solutions and health care. Shouldn't all families have that?
Shake a tail feather for greater access to the only available woman-initiated protection from both unplanned pregnancy and sexually …