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We are a global nonprofit improving public health.
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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.

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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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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An engineer installs an oxygen generator at Barabanki District Hospital in Uttar Pradesh, India. Photo: PATH/Amarjeet Kumar Singh.
Accelerating oxygen access during India’s second wave
The Healthy Heart Africa program leverages COVID-19 vaccination campaigns to expand hypertension screenings in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Photo: PATH/Robert Yeboah.
In Ghana, hypertension care adapts and overcomes
Some of the oxygen concentrators that PATH helped to repair at Ngundu District Hospital in Mwanza Region. Photo: PATH/Deusdedit Mjungu.
Broken equipment and surging demand for oxygen left Tanzania hospitals in a bind
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
Bubble CPAP
Expanding access to lifesaving oxygen therapy for infants and children