One of the world’s deadliest diseases may be eliminated through new tools and a commitment from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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.
A young woman in the Democratic Republic of the Congo learns to live again, and gives courage to her HIV-positive peers.
A PATH writer lands in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the midst of the largest yellow fever vaccination campaign ever held in Africa.
Kids get a big boost with “vitamin rice” and US food aid programs.
Malaria trackers to mosquito whisperers: meet some of the heroes ending one of Africa’s most dreaded diseases.
This highly sensitive DNA test could revolutionize cervical cancer screening by allowing women to collect their own samples.
Across Zambia, thousands of people are mobilized to eliminate malaria—something no sub-Saharan African country has achieved.
PATH helped develop a simple tool that could save the lives of 169,000 women over the next 15 years. And yes, it involves a balloon.