HIV is persistent—but so are we. Working with local and global partners, we introduce and advance products and strategies to prevent new infections and improve health and opportunity for people living with HIV, their families, and their communities.
Social media networks, community-led offline events, and peer-led counseling encourage Hepatitis C testing.
PATH works with community leaders on the first HIV and health campaign by and for transgender women 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.
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.
Carolyn Reynolds, PATH’s vice president of Policy & Advocacy, explains how the midterm elections could impact US leadership in global health.
PATH’s new Kenya country director discusses his personal ties to HIV prevention and his plans for PATH in Kenya.