United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
UNFPA is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person's potential is fulfilled. UNFPA expands the possibilities for women and young people to lead healthy and productive lives.
Since UNFPA started working in 1969, the number–and rate–of women dying from complications of pregnancy or childbirth has been halved. Families are smaller and healthier. Young people are more connected and empowered than ever before.
Pathfinder continues its work with UNFPA to support advocacy efforts for family planning, birth spacing, as well as population and development activities.
PAST PROJECT: This one-year project worked to build a team of peer educator's capacity to respond to adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health issues, through improved referral networks to the youth corners and provision of information to their peers.
PAST PROJECT: This project supported Reproductive Health Uganda in mobilizing social and institutional structures to further the use of family planning by means of outreach, static health facility/clinic, and community-based distribution.
PAST PROJECT: The project aimed to increase the provision of AYSRH services that could effectively attract young people, meet their needs comfortably and responsively and retain young clients for continuing care in eight facilities in four districts in the Volta Region.
PAST PROJECT: This project assists the government of Pakistan in integrating family planning and reproductive health best practices in Sindh and Punjab provinces.
PAST PROJECT: In this project, Pathfinder promoted access to health services, access to HIV education, and sexual and reproductive rights for female sex workers and their clients, people with disabilities, men who have sex with men, and prison inmates.
PAST PROJECT: PRACHAR was an innovative program that successfully delayed age of marriage to promote healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies among young women in India.
PAST PROJECT: This project worked to improve, scale up, and institutionalize HIV and AIDS prevention and youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services. Institutional capacity building was a key component of the project.