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Public health across sectors

We forge partnerships across sectors and borders, with governments and philanthropists, nonprofits and the private sector. We’ve been doing it for more than 40 years.

Focused on equity

Everyone deserves the chance to live a healthy life. With the help of our partners, we develop, adapt, and scale up solutions to accelerate progress toward health equity.

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COVID-19 is a worldwide emergency

COVID cases are surging across Africa and Asia. Help us increase oxygen supply, vaccination, and testing.

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By the numbers
A snapshot of PATH’s reach, team, and impact
70+
countries where PATH is improving health.
95%
of us are from the places where we work.
150M
lives improved by our work every year.

We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion

Our mission of health equity hinges on a strong commitment to anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion –within our teams, and in our work. Read our statements of support for LGBTQ+ and Black and brown communities in public health.

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Digitizing health in India for more effective and patient-centric care
A nurse holds 7-month-old Beverly Wakasa while speaking to her mother, Sylvia Kadesa, about the malaria vaccine at the Malava County Hospital Child Welfare Clinic in Kakamega, Kenya. Photo: Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.
The world’s first malaria vaccine and beyond
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Malawi’s village volunteers go door-to-door with vaccine messages