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Maternal & Newborn Care

We create and advance easy-to-use technologies to prevent deadly complications in labor and delivery; advocate to make newborns and mothers a global priority; and empower communities with education to protect moms and babies before, during, and after birth.

Our Work
Articles from our global team
145 Articles
145 Articles
145 Articles
  1. Rosemarie Muganda speaks at the Advocacy Learning Lab on Accountability in Nairobi, Kenya in 2018.
    May 29, 2019

    Fierce advocacy: what it takes to improve the health of women and girls in Kenya

    Far too often women and girls face barriers to accessing quality, affordable health services. Many walk miles to find a health center. When they finally arrive, the doctor or nurse may not even be there. The supplies they need may be out of stock, or they might pay a high price out-of-pocket—and this only when they are empowered to seek care in the first place.

  2. May 21, 2019

    How Epsom salt can save the lives of women with preeclampsia

    Advancing an innovative intervention to prevent and treat one of the leading causes of maternal mortality.

  3. Pregnant_women_with_white_shirt-horiz.jpg 600 px wide Photo: PATH/Eric Becker
    May 21, 2019

    Why moms should have access to vaccines

    Why is vaccination in pregnancy—or maternal immunization— important for public health? Here are 10 reasons.

  4. Levi-side-by-side.jpg  --- DO NOT USE -- Erin Fry Sosne and her son Levi. Photo: courtesy of the author.
    April 10, 2019

    Vaccine advocate and first-time mom: when work and life converge

    How taking my own child to be vaccinated gave me fresh perspective on PATH's work.

  5. Woman and girls posed in front of a blackboard in Uganda. Photo: PATH/Will Boase
    March 7, 2019

    Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019: Taking stock and pushing forward

    PATH's work to improve the sexual and reproductive health of women (and men) stretches back to our inception in 1977, when we were founded to improve the quality of and accessibility to contraceptive products.

  6. eart trumpet_pregnant woman_DRC.JPG
    January 18, 2019

    A roadmap for advancing maternal immunization against RSV

    New report outlines pathways to protect mothers and infants from one of the most common causes of severe infant respiratory infections worldwide

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