Tableau Foundation


Tracking and treating the world's deadliest diseases

Tableau Foundation supports PATH's work to use the power of innovation to improve health and save lives around the world.

Visualizing the end of malaria in Zambia

Partnering for progress

In 2015, PATH and Tableau Foundation teamed up to support Zambia's Ministry of Health in its relentless drive to wipe out malaria nationwide by 2021.

Learn about the campaign to save hundreds of thousands of lives by eliminating the disease and inspiring other Sub-Saharan African countries to do the same.

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Crossing new frontiers in fight against the disease

On World Malaria Day 2019, Tableau Foundation joined with our partners at Mapbox, Exasol, and Alteryx, to help PATH expand the Visualize No Malaria initiative in up to six countries, helping eliminate the threat of malaria for an estimated 60 million at-risk people in sub-Saharan Africa. Learn More

Explore the visualizations

See the visualizations being used to track malaria.


Mapping for action

Forecasting outbreaks through predictive modeling



Learn more about the campaign to end malaria forever.

In the news


Mobile data reduced malaria cases by 93%, Zika could be next.


Tableau and PATH fight malaria with data analytics.

The Guardian

Data maps transforming the fight against malaria in Zambia.

Preventing epidemics with data visualization

Supporting the global health security agenda

CDC and PATH-supported Emergency Operations Center allows experts to visualize community data to track diseases and guard against outbreaks across Vietnam.

With the center up and running, health officials are using real-time data to better prepare for possible crises and make decisions quickly as issues arise.

Case Study

Data against disease

Training officials to use data to prevent an outbreak.


Event-based surveillence

Preventing epidemics in every community.


Setting the agenda

Keeping people everywhere safe from diseases.

More PATH-Tableau collaborations

Treating HIV in western Kenya
Visualizing global health innovation

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