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  1. Ashley Jackson, MPH, shares her background, career highlights, and how a PATH colleague inspired her almost a decade ago.
    Published: March 2022
    Type: Article
  2. PATH calls for leaders in high-income countries to consider those most vulnerable to COVID-19—within their own borders and beyond.
    Published: March 2022
    Type: Article
  3. How “Self-Injection Ambassadors” across Africa are expanding contraceptive access and choice for women and girls.
    Published: March 2022
    Type: Article
  4. How PATH and the Ministry of Health are building on work against Japanese encephalitis to strengthen pandemic response.
    Published: February 2022
    Type: Article
  5. Data science is an essential ingredient in the pandemic response—and for health system strengthening.
    Published: January 2022
    Type: Article
  6. Every year, 90,000 people are affected by visceral leishmaniasis, a deadly parasitic disease. PATH and partners are making great strides toward elimination.
    Published: January 2022
    Type: Article
  7. “We aim to accelerate health innovations to design solutions that have a high impact in service delivery and anticipated higher success rate. There is a need to move from a place of merely creating solutions and imposing them on the people who use them to a place where solutions are co-created collectively with the users.” — Dr. Joseph Kayaya, lead product manager at PATH Living Labs
    Published: January 2022
    Type: Article
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    Type: Article
  9. At PATH’s Living Labs, Sue Wairimu and Brian Mushaukwa use human-centered design to help health workers develop solutions to on-the-job challenges.
    Published: January 2022
    Type: Article
  10. Mosquito nets treated with new ingredients show greater reductions in malaria than standard insecticide-treated nets.
    Published: December 2021
    Type: Article
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