South Africa

Our projects in South Africa focus on improving maternal health, enhancing infant and young child health, strengthening health systems, and preventing and treating HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. We also collaborate in the development and introduction of health technologies that address key causes of illness and death in women and children.

Contact Us

1st Floor, Zone Phase 2, Loft Offices West
177 Oxford Road
Johannesburg 2196, South Africa

Mailing address
PO Box 1985
Parklands 2121
Johannesburg , South Africa

Phone: 27.11.447.1641
Fax: 27.11.447.1353

Our Work
24 Article s
  1. Women at health clinic with children. Photo: PATH/Trevor Snapp
    October 19, 2023

    Advancing innovations in women's health through policy advocacy

    Innovative solutions for women’s health needs are critical to saving lives and advancing gender equality, but underfunding and inefficient regulatory systems leave millions of women unable to access high-quality, affordable products. How can advocates change the landscape?

  2. Manufa (2)
    August 17, 2023

    The case for investment: Insights from five African manufacturers on local manufacturing of diagnostic tools

    Bridging the gap between manufacturer needs and investor funding

  3. A medical practitioner in Kenya searches for a health record in a data room in a national health facility. Photo: PATH.
    November 10, 2021

    Learning from early adopters in digital health

    PATH and partners are helping countries make better investments in digital health by learning from those leading the way.

  4. Black History Month town hall screen capture
    March 10, 2021

    A global conversation on racism in public health

    PATH leaders share valuable perspectives, lived experiences, and hopes for the future of the sector.

  5. A smiling mother holds a newborn wrapped in a red blanket.
    August 21, 2018

    Fighting Group B Streptococcus in the hardest hit places

    One of the earliest and most dangerous health threats young infants face is one many parents have never even heard of: Group B Streptococcus (GBS). One researcher gives his take on why we need a vaccine.

  6. Digital health
    July 18, 2018

    Using the power of data to achieve universal health coverage

    Provide girls and women access to health care throughout their lives and they will deliver a healthier and wealthier world. Digital health tools help ensure decision makers have the data they need to deliver comprehensive health services for all.