Innovation and specialization distinguish PATHMOS from its competition. We focus exclusively on Sustainable Healthcare Delivery, Waste Management & Recycling, Land & Estate Design and Development, and Clean Green Energy & Technology in sub-Saharan nations. we address perennial mismanagement and disorganization in these niche areas that are often ignored but supremely important to the economic and social development of these nations. PATHMOS applies proven proprietary models to these niche areas that increases efficiency and effectiveness, reduces fraud and waste, creates value and employment, and aids in economic development for both public and private sector clientele.
PATHMOS’s models addresses structural and management problems endemic to most projects in the sub-Saharan region with emphasis on waste management & recycling, Clean energy technology, sustainable healthcare delivery, land and estate design based on low impact environmental development. The PATHMOS Edge lies in our proprietary specialized models and their subsequent implementation with guaranteed results that engender sustainable development and economic value. With PATHMOS and its experienced consultants, no challenge is to great or difficult, we provide sustainable solutions to challenging problems in difficult environments.
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