PATH Publications Examine U.S. Agencies’ Role In Advancing Global Health Technologies

In a guest post in the Global Health Technologies Coalition’s “Breakthroughs” blog, Heather Ignatius, senior policy and advocacy officer at PATH, “writes about the important role U.S. agencies play in advancing global health technologies.” She writes, “To demonstrate how essential U.S. government’s contributions have been — and will continue to be — in improving global health through the development and introduction of lifesaving technologies, we recently released three publications highlighting PATH’s work with [USAID], the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD), and [HHS].” She describes some findings from each publication and continues, “These collaborations complement the many other global health product development and introduction efforts spearheaded by other private- and public-sector partners” (4/18).

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