PATH Journeys travelers join the communities, leaders, and staff saving lives at the frontlines of global health. Photo: PATH/Sanjay Kumar Chauhan.
Innovation can change the world. Come see what it takes.
“It's one thing to read about PATH's innovative programs; it's far better to see firsthand the translation of great ideas into positive, real-world solutions.”
—PATH Journeys traveler
PATH Journeys, our international travel program, gives select participants an exclusive window into the work of a leading global health organization.
Each trip is a rare opportunity to explore a country deeply, see PATH’s cutting-edge approaches, and meet the people whose lives we are helping to change. You’ll see areas few tourists visit, talk directly with decision-makers and thought leaders, and gain an in-depth view of our work. Join us for a week—and become part of a lifetime of change.
Our 2016 program brings select travelers to two vibrant countries on the cusp of historic improvements in health and opportunity.
Zambia (June 19–25, 2016)
Travel to the frontline of one of the world’s most exciting public health efforts: Zambia’s drive to eliminate malaria. Meet the scientists, leaders, and communities who are pushing the disease out of every home and village, and see how PATH’s innovative tools and approaches are making it possible.
Additional highlights include exclusive tours and conversations with the PATH staff and partners working to transform Zambia’s public health systems. From a bold national program to put bar codes on key vaccines to an ambitious effort to improve nutrition for some of the country’s most vulnerable people, we’ll see how everyday persistence and smart solutions are saving lives.
Vietnam (October 2–11, 2016)Visit this complex and beautiful country at a time of extraordinary change—and meet the innovators leading the charge. In the last 15 years, rapid economic growth has propelled Vietnam to new prosperity, opening unprecedented opportunities for the country’s people. On this trip, you’ll see firsthand how PATH and our partners are harnessing scientific expertise, smart market approaches, and the dedication of local communities to translate this change into better health. Highlights will include a chance to talk with leaders from across sectors about the country’s opportunities and challenges and meet the communities at the heart of our work.
To learn more about this invitation-only opportunity, please contact:
Jenny Andrews, program leader