2015 • 2 years, 8 months • Population & Reproductive Health
PATH, an international NGO, manages the secretariat of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, The Coalition carries out research, advocacy, and interventions, and provides a platform from which multiple actors work to improve the quality, availability, and choice of supplies for people around the world. In this project, the Coalition carries out research, advocacy, and interventions to test the role that market shaping can play in improving the effectiveness of markets for maternal health supplies. The work is intended to improve the understanding of the potential for market shaping to increase access to high-quality and affordable maternal health supplies.
2012 • 2 years • Population & Reproductive Health
Since 2004, the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition (RHSC), housed at PATH, has been a pioneer in documenting and solving problems with the timely supply of contraceptives to programs in the global South. This grant will allow the RHSC to apply its skills to improving the access to, and quality of, critical maternal health supplies, such as the drugs proven to prevent or treat postpartum hemorrhage and eclampsia.
2011 • 1 year, 6 months • Population & Reproductive Health
To support the manufacture and scale-up of the AntiShock Garment for reduction of deaths from postpartum hemorrhage (over 15 months).
2009 • 1 year, 3 months • Population & Reproductive Health
To support the manufacture and scale-up of the AntiShock Garment for postpartum hemorrhage treatment.
1998 • 8 months • Population & Reproductive Health
For a conference on women's health and economic development.
1995 • 3 years • Population & Reproductive Health
To implement projects in India on credit, reproductive health services, and male involvement, as well as a project in the Philippines educating males who participate in high-risk sexual behavior (over two years).
1993 • 12 years, 4 months • Impact Investments
Program-related investment to support the project that provides financial and technical assistance to organizations producing and/or introducing essential contraceptive and primary health technologies and services in developing countries.
1993 • 2 years, 6 months
For initiatives related to the Fund for Technology Transfer (over two years).