At the 2016 Breakfast for Global Health, we’ll share how we’re teaming up to wipe out diseases from malaria to river blindness. Photo: PATH/Aaron Joel Santos.
What if you could help end a disease for good? Right now, we have the opportunity to eliminate some of the world’s most dangerous diseases. And you can play a part.
Each May we invite hundreds of people to enjoy breakfast, discover PATH’s work, and join us in saving the lives of women and children around the world at the Breakfast for Global Health. In 2016, the Breakfast will be held May 10 in Bellevue, Washington, and May 13 in Seattle.
Wiping out disease—together
Nearly 1,000 people will gather for the 2016 Breakfast for Global Health to hear from the frontlines of disease elimination. Science writer Laurie Garrett will share her insights on recent global epidemics. Laurie won the Pulitzer Prize for her coverage of Ebola and is the bestselling author of The Coming Plague: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance and Betrayal of Trust: The Collapse of Global Public Health.
Nanthalile Mugala will join us from Lusaka, Zambia, to describe the ingenuity and dedication that could make Zambia the first African country to end malaria. The director of PATH’s Zambia program, Nanthalile sees firsthand the promise of elimination—and the human potential it could unleash.
Guests will also be treated to videos from the field and hands-on experiences with our innovative solutions to end disease.
Reach with us
The Breakfast for Global Health is an annual fundraising event that supports PATH’s most innovative work. Proceeds from this year’s event will support the Reach Campaign, which is raising $100 million to accelerate progress toward a world where health is within reach for everyone, no matter where they live.
If you’re planning to attend or would like to learn more about the 2016 Breakfast for Global Health, information on registration, featured speakers, and directions to the venues are available online. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.302.4515.