Healthy Behaviors

From soap operas to social media, we use data-driven communication strategies to take on taboos that get in the way of health. We open the door for people and communities to adopt and maintain behaviors and tools that fight diseases and improve health.

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13 Articles
13 Articles
13 Articles
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    November 30, 2018

    100,000 people in Vietnam choose community-based HIV testing

    HIV lay testing and self-testing gives people most at risk of HIV a friendly, convenient, and confidential option and reaches those most at risk of infection.

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    November 30, 2018

    Love, respect, and courage prevents the spread of HIV in Vietnam

    PATH is supporting people newly diagnosed with HIV to anonymously or directly inform their sex or drug-injecting partners of the diagnosis and engage them in community-based HIV testing.

  3. Pregnant women exercise outside the Lugbe Primary Heath Care Center at the start of antenatal clinic. Abuja, Africa
    November 12, 2018

    Empowering women and girls to define their sexual and reproductive health

    Supporting the health and well-being of women and girls everywhere is at PATH’s core. Martha Brady, director of our Sexual and Reproductive Health program, writes about the innovative work her team is doing to help empower half the world’s population.

  4. Steve Davis speaks at TedX Seattle 2017 on disease eradication.
    June 15, 2018

    The future of global health: watch PATH’s Steve Davis speak at TEDx

    Steve Davis speaks on innovations in global health that are ending some of the worst diseases and saving more lives every year.

  5. Video still from ECD film
    July 28, 2017

    PATH launches two ECD advocacy films in international forums

    PATH has pioneered the approach of using the health system as the basis for delivering responsive caregiving services to the youngest children.

  6. Hélène Pineau, national advocacy manager at GSK Canada.
    January 11, 2017

    Mid-career volunteer: a GSK exec lends her talent to make lasting change

    A pharma executive takes a six-month career detour to work in Senegal with PATH, building a coalition to address the growing burden of diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic illnesses.

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