PATH is an international, nonprofit global health organization based in Seattle, with 1,600 employees in more than 70+ offices around the world. Its president and CEO is Steve Davis. PATH focuses on five platforms—vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations—to develop innovations and implement solutions that save lives and improve health, especially among women and girls.
Founded in 1977 with a focus on family planning, PATH soon broadened its purpose to work on a wide array of emerging and persistent global health issues in the areas of health technologies, maternal health, child health, reproductive health, vaccines and immunization, and emerging and epidemic diseases such as HIV, malaria, and tuberculosis.
PATH's headquarters are in the South Lake Union, Seattle neighborhood, close to several other global health organizations including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Narrow and Exclusive Definition
In the English language, exclusivity is the restriction or the limitation within a group, area or people. In terms of globalization, narrow and exclusive means that the focus of the globalization would be limited to the country alone.
Advantages of narrow and exclusive globalization:
1.Focuses on the development of the country
2.Enhancement of the policies in a country
3.Supported by people
Gives importance to the people and the cultures inside the country
Disadvantages of narrow and exclusive globalization:
1.Results to trade wars with other countries
2 Limited perspective
Failure to establish connections with 3.other countries
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