A Public Health Partnership 

Partner with a charity that co-creates value to inspire innovation, co-create sustainable solutions and strengthen communities.

Co-create value

  • Enhance your CSR goals by financing sustainable change.

  • Help embed public health in tomorrow’s world through us.

  • Gain local and global intelligence for championing SDGs.

  • Demonstrate prudence investing in health inequities.

  • Support a richly inclusive charity disrupting public health.

Contact us at partnerships@publichealthpathways.org

Ways to make a difference

Plant a seed in the future by building our capacity to achieve a human-centred vision of a world where all people can discover, create and shape healthier futures.

Maternal Health

Aligned with SDG Targets 3.1, 3.3, 3.7.

With our local partner, we aim to improve maternal health outcomes in South West Cameroon, working equitably with The Welisane Foundation. Moreover, we strive to reduce the burden of infectious disease and help integrate processes to build sustainable capacity.

Youth Skills Training

Aligned with SDG Targets 8.5, 8.6.

Our training helps young people gain future skills to improve employment opportunities. Promoting diversity, ensuring physical or mental disabilities are not barriers, our design thinking training helps young people self-determine a healthier future.

Content Production

Aligned with SDG Targets 10.2, 10.6.

We provide trusted content to combat misinformation. We empower and promote social and economic inclusion through knowledge sharing and events that ensure representation and a voice for developing countries in health decision making.

Our Board of Trustees

Chair of Trustees

Yemi Babington-Ashaye

President of United People Global.

“Ordinary” people are capable of “extraordinary” things when we work together.”

Acca Accountant. Harvard MPA. MIT MBA President of United People Global. Director and Deputy Head of Africa at the World Economic Forum. Former Head of the Global Shapers Community at the World Economic Forum.

Secretary of Trustees

Ria Sen

Preparedness Lead, Technology Division, UN WFP.

“Preparedness is readiness, now … COVID has been a testing ground for systems readiness.”

MSc LSE. Preparedness Lead, Technology Division, UN WFP. Formerly of UN ITU. Member of Harvard Business Review Advisory Council, and Global Panelist for MIT Technology Review.

Trustee

Prof. Borja Santos

Executive Director of IE School of Public and Global Affairs.

“With COVID-19 “We are forced to strengthen our international and global collaboration”

MEng. MSc. MPA Harvard. Executive Director of IE School of Public and Global Affairs. Adjunct Professor of International Development. He has advised UN Agencies and national governments around the globe.

Trustee

Lakshmi Sundaram

Interim Executive Director of Open Democracy.

Cantab. Colombia MPH, MIA. Interim Executive Director of Open Democracy. Former Executive Director of Girls Not Brides, and Associate Director, Global Health Initiative at World Economic Forum. She has also worked with Global Forum for Health Research, and UNAIDs.

Connect with our Chief Executive Officer, Theo to discuss partnerships.

+44 (0)782 684 6178
Theo@publichealthpathways.org