US foreign aid spending is less than $.01 for every $1 of the budget, but yields tremendous impact.
Categories: Maternal and child health
The Innovation Effect Africa highlights the need for homegrown solutions to bolster innovation throughout the continent and worldwide.
A new technology could quickly identify pneumonia by using chemicals that light up in lungs when certain bacteria are present.
As Zambia and other countries attempt to become malaria-free, new innovations are here—and on the horizon.
Driving this deadly disease out of Senegal is a real possibility—if people keep up the fight.
Through wars and epidemics, Dr. Jean-Claude Kiluba has saved thousands of lives in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Doctors were losing three out of five newborns in an intensive care unit. But within weeks, that changed.
After a devastating family loss, Monica Mutesa refused to give up hope. Now she’s working to bring hope to women and girls in Zambia.
When it comes to impact, PATH's Window of Opportunity project really adds up.
Our VP of public health on why Seattle is an epicenter for global health.