Our VP of public health on why Seattle is an epicenter for global health.
Categories: Maternal and child health
From our earliest days, PATH has redefined what is possible in global health.
Using visual design to tell global health stories online.
How a photo of a small child helped remind a generation of health professionals who they really worked for.
Why we love toothy smiles, selfies in front of colorful condom walls, and a festive chandelier made from menstrual cups.
What it takes to develop a simple but sophisticated device for newborns who need medicine and nutrition.
Why I’m so passionate about adapting high-tech interventions to save babies’ lives.
Babies thrive and develop successful life skills when their parents play with them.
A young woman in the Democratic Republic of the Congo learns to live again, and gives courage to her HIV-positive peers.
Weak markets present a real and present danger to women and children around the world. Advocacy can help change that.