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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

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

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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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Facilitating real-world research on COVID-19 vaccines
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Does the world have the tools to inoculate billions?
PATH’s Dr. Satyabrata Routray gives papers for new vaccine transport vans to Bihar government officials. These vans will help strengthen the vaccine supply chain system in Bihar in the wake of the COVID-19. Photo: PATH/Dr. Siddhartha Dutta.
Advancing immunization in Bihar
Weighing the risks and benefits of vaccines
A decade in the making, novel oral polio vaccine against type 2 poliovirus (nOPV2) could help the world finally reach eradication. Photo: World Health Organization.
Years in the making: new polio vaccine approved for emergency use
Man undergoes a COVID-19 swab test. Photo: U.S. Navy Medicine
With new variants, will COVID-19 tests still work?
A lab technician at the Institute of Vaccines and Medical Biologicals inspects eggs.
NY Times says new vaccine could be "game-changer"
A computer reconstruction of rotavirus particles based on electron micrographs— one regular particle (left) and one reacted with a monoclonal antibody (right). Photo: Graham Beards.
Virus variants and vaccine efficacy