As part of our work in advocacy and public policy, PATH convenes or participates in a number of international and regional partnerships that advocate for resources and policies to improve health.

Global Call to Stop Cervical Cancer

We believe the world has a historic opportunity to ensure that lifesaving new technologies to prevent cervical cancer reach women and girls around the world without delay. Read more on the Cervical Cancer Action website.

Global Campaign for Microbicides

As a unifying force for more than 55 partner groups and more than 300 endorsing organizations around the world, the Global Campaign for Microbicides, housed at PATH, is increasing awareness about and mobilizing support for microbicides, other new methods that can be controlled by women, and existing prevention options.

Malaria Control and Evaluation Partnership in Africa

The Malaria Control and Elimination Partnership in Africa (MACEPA)—PATH, the government of Zambia, and other partners—is working to scale up malaria control interventions on a national scale and beyond.

In Zambia, MACEPA is working at all levels to ensure that preventing and treating malaria is a priority in government offices, in district health agencies, and in the homes of those who are vulnerable to the disease.

Regionally, the MACEPA Learning Community provides a forum for leading-edge malaria control programs to showcase their existing strengths, share lessons, and build on each other’s experiences.

Malaria Vaccine Advocacy Fellowship

The PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI) collaborates with malaria vaccine researchers and scientists working in African countries to develop a cadre of “policy champions” for malaria vaccine development.

Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition

The Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition is a global partnership of public, private, and nongovernmental organizations dedicated to ensuring that all people in low- and middle-income countries can access and use affordable, high-quality supplies to ensure their better reproductive health.

WHO Multi-Country Study

The World Health Organization, PATH, and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine conducted a landmark study that crossed countries and cultures to shed light on gender-based violence.