We advocate for policies and resources that improve the health of women and children, including maternal, newborn, and child health, malaria eradication and elimination, immunization, and reproductive health. We ensure government leadership on global health, influence global priorities and partnerships, and advance advocacy agendas in many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia to achieve better health outcomes.
We educate members of the US Congress about the importance of investing in programs and supporting policies that work to improve the health of women, newborns, and children worldwide. Read the fact sheet >>
Newborns in Zambia have a better chance for survival and a healthier future thanks to recent health policy actions that were actively supported by PATH and local health partners. Read the blog post >>
Our advocates worked with the government of Uttar Pradesh to develop an emergency medical transport policy framework that resulted in a comprehensive statewide ambulance program. Read the case study >>