July 11, 2017 | The Editors

5 PATH social media posts you’ll “Like” the most

Some stories get more comments and likes on social media than others. Here are 5 of our favorites.
PATH President and CEO Steve Davis and The New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.
One of the many engaging stories that appeared on our social media channels this year was a Facebook Live Q&A between PATH President and CEO Steve Davis and the New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. People especially loved when the bug hors d’oeuvres were served. Photo: PATH/Mark Murray.

When we post our stories on social media, our followers on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube quickly weigh in with their likes, comments, and shares. They’re a smart and inquisitive group of global citizens who are engaged in a wide variety of health and equity issues worldwide. And they have a knack for knowing a good story.

Following are five stories that received high marks from our thousands of friends on social media. We’re sharing them with you here. Click through to see if you like them, too.

On Twitter:

Approval of malaria vaccine pilot in Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi gives hope to thousands.

On Instagram:

Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth, actor Yara Shahidi, and Malala Fund founder Shiza Shahid speak at our 40th birthday celebration. Tap the arrow on the right to see more photos from the event.

On LinkedIn:

PATH Vice President of Public Health, David Fleming, shares his thoughts on why Seattle is an epicenter for global health.

David Fleming stands outside a clinic speaking to a doctor.

On Facebook:

An organization puts five “period emoji” designs on social media for a public vote, and over 50,000 people weigh in on their favorite design.

On YouTube:

Everyone loves happy birthdays, and this video had some surprise appearances from PATH friends, dignitaries, and partners from around the world. Who do you recognize?

Thanks to our many followers who share our stories with their friends and networks. This helps promote our hope of bringing health within reach for millions of people around the world. Follow us and become a part of our global social media family on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.

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