Join PATH Journeys for a life-changing look at what it takes to translate cutting-edge science, global partnerships, and decades of experience into better health worldwide. Photo: PATH/Sanjay Kumar Chauhan.
Innovation can change the world. Come see what it takes.
For four decades, in more than 70 countries around the world, PATH and our partners have pursued one lifesaving goal: putting innovation to work to improve the lives of women and children.
PATH Journeys, our international travel program, invites visitors to experience this work firsthand. Each trip combines a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the work of a leading global health organization with a chance to experience the beauty and culture of the countries we serve.
No other trip offers the depth and authenticity of a PATH Journey. Our expert staff (more than a thousand worldwide) don’t just work in the countries they serve—most were born there. Our partners include top scientists, government leaders, and celebrated business experts. And our solutions are designed with insights from families and communities around the globe.
Longstanding partnerships and innovation are improving health for millions of Kenyans. Photo: PATH/Evelyn Hockstein.
Read firsthand accounts of past trips in our PATH Journeys blog series.
Our program brings travelers to the most vibrant countries on the cusp of historic improvements in health and opportunity.
June 24–30, 2018
Since 1992, PATH’s Kenya program has supported and empowered millions of Kenyans, creating a healthier future for families, communities, and the country as a whole. We work closely with Kenya’s leaders and communities to implement sustainable solutions that align with their needs and priorities and empower Kenyans to transform their own health. Through innovative approaches tailored to local needs, we are helping to dramatically improve the health of women, children, and families. Journey to Kenya brings travelers to the heart of this inspiring context.This seven-day, six-night Journey takes travelers to experience PATH’s work in Nairobi and Kisumu. Over the course of the trip, participants experience small-group tours with PATH staff and partners, engage in authentic discussion with the people and communities we serve, and hold candid conversations with leaders and entrepreneurs from the public and private sectors.
- Learn more about our work in Kenya.
To learn more about this opportunity, please contact:
Jitka Pilar, PATH Journeys project manager