The passing of Gates Foundation's visionary Malaria Program leader is felt acutely at PATH and across the globe.
A remarkable scientific milestone proves it’s possible to develop vaccines against malaria.
Lessons learned building disease-tracking systems in Senegal helped the country limit Ebola to a single imported case.
Beautiful images and an engaging story—all captured when a PATH writer and a photographer travel through Zambia.
Steve Davis shares why this is an extraordinary time at PATH and how new innovations could change the course of history.
Learn why Bill Gates called PATH "one of our closest friends" as we launched our campaign to accelerate impact in four health areas.
Defeating malaria would save millions of lives, potentially boosting the global economy by $2 trillion. And we can do it.
A pilot in Kenya shows how moving some tasks from trained medical providers to community health workers can help safeguard pregnant women …
Great reporting on Ebola, mosquitoes, snails, female condoms, and a simple formula that has saved 50 million lives.
Sometimes photos tell the story of PATH's work better than words. Here are a few of our recent favorites.