Partnering for health equity since 2005.
For more than 15 years, we’ve used innovation, data, and collaboration to improve health with and for Zambians. Alongside the government, health workers, and communities, we take on challenges ranging from malnutrition and low immunization rates to malaria.
A trusted government partner
PATH is proud of our longstanding collaboration with Zambia’s Ministry of Health. We are well positioned to provide expertise to the government on a range of health issues, and our experience and reputation means we always have a seat at the table. This enables us to aggressively pursue health equity through innovation and to forge the relationships that strengthen service delivery, health information, and health outcomes for all Zambians.
Reducing the malaria burden
PATH shares the country’s zambition to end malaria. Through our portfolio of work, we join with the national malaria program to test new approaches, strengthen the flow of malaria data, and leverage new partners to scale what works. We capture mosquitoes, map where to target indoor spraying, train health workers to interact with useful data, and track and kill the malaria parasite.
Selected partners and funders:
Zambia Ministry of Health
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
PATH Zambia is based in Lusaka.
Stand 11059, off Brentwood Lane
Fax: 260. 211.378.973
Meet our team
Dr. Earnest Muyunda
Dr. Leonard Mwansa
Country Operations Director
Dr. Joseph Kayaya
Lead Product Manager, Living Labs Zambia
Dr. Daniel Bridges
Scientist, Laboratory Director, MACEPA
Chief of Party, Eradicate TB
Dr. Caroline Phiri-Chibawe
Chief of Party, Program for the Advancement of Malaria Outcomes (PAMO)
Dr. Chilunga Puta
Director, BID Learning Network (BID)
Mr. Fred Njovu
Implementation Manager, EPI Optimization Activity
Mr. Lassane Kambore
Senior Program Officer, Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access
Mrs. Monica Mutesa
Country Coordinator, DMPA-SC Access collaborative project
Mr. Benjamin Solochi
Surveillance and Antimicrobial Resistance Specialist, Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Project
Dr. John Miller
MACEPA Zambia Team Leader