World Health Day: PATH Fellows Make a Difference

April 7 is World Health Day, a global health awareness day celebrated under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization. To commemorate World Health Day, we recognize all that PATH has done to improve the health of people around the world by advancing technologies, strengthening systems, and encouraging healthy behaviors.

To further PATH’s mission, the Hilton Prize Coalition has provided resources to staff four Fellows placements. Here are the Fellows who have made an impact at PATH and beyond.

Learn more about the Hilton Prize Coalition Fellows Program and all our Fellows do.


Nikhila (Nikki) Kalra

Nikki worked on PATH’s Nutrition Innovation team. Blockchain and Digital Currency Fellow. She conducted field research into food value chains in support of maternal and child nutrition programs in Ghana and Senegal .

Chytanya Kompala

On the Nutrition Innovation team at PATH, Chytanya conducted a systematic review on the determinants of stunting. She also wrote policy briefs on nutrition-sensitive risk factors of stunting.

Catherine May

Also serving on the Nutrition Innovation team at PATH, Catherine advanced a PATH collaboration with Heifer International to leverage the collective knowledge of both organizations into more effective interventions in food systems and human health.

Amy Roll

Amy works with PATH’s Nutrition Innovation Team on data-driven reports on cookstoves. She also supported PATH, The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, and The Bridge Collaborative in bringing together expertise across the health, environment, and development disciplines to develop recommendations for clean fuel and improved cookstove research and programs.

About the Hilton Prize Coalition

The  Hilton Prize Coalition  is an independent alliance of the winners of the Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize, working together to achieve collective impact. Through three signature programs—the  Fellows Program, the  Collaborative Models Program  and the  Storytelling Program—the Coalition leverages the resources, talents and expertise of each of its members to innovate and establish best practices that can be shared with the global NGO and donor communities. Working in more than 170 countries, the Coalition is governed by a board comprised of the leaders of the Prize-winning organizations led by an Executive Committee and a Secretariat,  Global Impact.

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