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 …
Our new Drug Development leader believes that understanding the people we're developing drugs for is just as critical as the drugs …
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.
Why is Zambia poised to be the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to eliminate malaria? PATH's president Steve Davis visited the country …
We call it a transmission-blocking vaccine (TBV) and it could break the never-ending cycle of malaria. How's it work?
The global supply of an essential malaria drug is now less dependent on crop yields, a breakthrough 10 years in the making.
Reasons for optimism include progress against diseases, increases in school enrollment, improvements in infrastructure, and more.
We've released some great short videos recently. Which one is your favorite?