Rugged new device uses just salt, water, and electricity to rapidly produce enough chlorine to treat 200 liters of water.
Categories: Water, air, sanitation, and hygiene
We gave women in South Africa disposable cameras to document their experience managing their periods.
How a coffee giant and PATH came together to develop long-lasting water, hygiene, and sanitation solutions.
This simple device makes enough chlorine in five minutes to treat up to 200 liters of water.
The US government has set in motion plans to improve access to safe water around the globe. Two of PATH's leaders explain how this will …
At PATH, we practice user-centered design as we develop our technologies. It's rarely a linear process.
Two global health innovators share five top takeaways on what it takes to achieve scale and impact.
Every toilet tells a story. Here are seven we love, and our new calendar with 12 more!
Reasons for optimism include progress against diseases, increases in school enrollment, improvements in infrastructure, and more.
Pairing access to new vaccines with established interventions like proper sanitation gives us the best chance to overcome childhood …