Could a tool once abandoned for Africa accelerate the end of malaria?
Privilege couldn’t save her from disability nor her brother from death. Now Chilunga Puta is driven to improve health for all.
Here's how the country plans to be the first in sub-Saharan Africa to eliminate malaria.
How a 5-year partnership to eliminate malaria in Zambia will revamp the way we look at a problem that’s thousands of years old.
Villains, heroes, and plot twists. Can we write a happy ending for one of the world’s most enduring and deadly diseases?
In a country of many health needs, on a scale that can be hard to imagine, we see progress and hope for the future.
Thanks to years of impassioned and data-driven advocacy, injectable contraceptives will soon be available to women in Zambia.
Malaria trackers to mosquito whisperers: meet some of the heroes ending one of Africa’s most dreaded diseases.
2015 PATH photography from Africa to Asia, and from silly poop hats to serious documentation of women's safety and hygiene.
Across Zambia, thousands of people are mobilized to eliminate malaria—something no sub-Saharan African country has achieved.