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11 Articles
  1. US capitol
    October 30, 2018

    As Americans vote, what does it mean for global health?

    Carolyn Reynolds, PATH’s vice president of Policy & Advocacy, explains how the midterm elections could impact US leadership in global health.

  2. APP 02 Hope oxygen gives life image
    July 18, 2018

    HO2PE: Oxygen gives life – campaign resources

    Access to oxygen should not be a matter of location or luck. The HO2PE campaign aims to bring the issue of oxygen access to the forefront of discussions on newborn, child and maternal health. Help PATH increase awareness about the importance of oxygen treatment and its impact on saving precious breath and life around the world by utilizing the campaign resources below.

  3. APP
    July 1, 2018

    Tapping into the power of partnerships to advance foreign assistance

    New PATH report focuses on harnessing the power of the private sector to achieve US global health and development goals.

  4. Three smiling women from Sierra Leone
    June 18, 2018

    DMPA-SC advocacy and communications tools: speaking up for greater contraceptive choice

    Family planning advocates can ensure that a country’s policies and funding promote access to all contraceptive options, so women can make an informed and voluntary choice. The Advocacy Pack for Subcutaneous DMPA was designed for advocates around the globe to help increase access to this new injectable contraceptive option.

  5. Minister of health Dr. Oly Ilunga pays a visit to Bangumi village in DRC’s Kwilu Province. To the villagers’ recollection, he is the first minister to ever visit the remote settlement. Photo: PATH/Carolyn Reynolds.
    February 15, 2018

    Going the last mile to eliminate a long-neglected disease: sleeping sickness

    The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s fight to do away with sleeping sickness is picking up speed, with help from PATH, partners, and a dedicated minister of health.

  6. After the passing of his wife from the disease, Francois Muambu Ifulu advocates for the elimination of HAT in the DRC. Photo: PATH/Guy Bokongo.
    December 15, 2017

    Eliminating a killer in the DRC

    Advocacy champions fight to rid the country of African sleeping sickness.

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