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We are a global nonprofit improving public health.
About us

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.

responding globally

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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Community health workers from My Home—a key population-led social enterprise clinic that is delivering COVID-19 vaccines in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam—show their solidarity during this difficult time. Photo: My Home.
How volunteers are accelerating vaccination in Vietnam
Mothers in Tanzania wait at a clinic to vaccinate their children.
Would you buy a vaccine for a disease you'd never heard of?
Two female health workers carrying a vaccine cooler walk toward a boat in the water. PATH/Doune Porter
Inconvenient or deadly? When health is a question of access
Karen Kotloff, MD, of the University of Maryland School of Medicine (foreground), health economist John D. Anderson, PhD, and others served as panelists at the 2018 VASE Conference in Mexico City. Photo: PATH/Victor Mier.
300 diarrhea experts walk into a room
Examples of Autodisable AD syringes Photo. PATH..jpg
The syringe shortage, explained
_T9C0873.jpg A woman in Africa looks at her mobile phone.
Designing with the experts: End users
A medical practitioner in Kenya searches for a health record in a data room in a national health facility. Photo: PATH.
Learning from early adopters in digital health
A health care worker at the Vynohradiv TB facility in Zakarpatska Oblast, Ukraine prepares a smart pill box with a patient’s monthly supply of TB medication.
Better treatment, better care: The promise of digital adherence technologies