Reproductive health stories from Pathfinder and beyond

Celebrating the Sustainable Development Goals—Without Fear!

“…free of fear…” Such a strong statement, right there in the introduction of the new Sustainable Development Agenda. At Pathfinder, those words are our anthem.

Ethiopia Through My Eyes


We landed in Addis Ababa on the 18th of August. It was the first time I had been to Ethiopia and the first time I was going to visit a Pathfinder project.

New Hope, New Lives: Fistula Elimination in Ethiopia

Fistula Ethiopia

Obstetric fistula is a condition which can lead to a lifetime of both physical disability and psychological consequences—including being ostracized from families and communities.

Power, protection, and pleasure with female condoms

MZ female condom day

At a female condom demonstration, adolescents can hear about sex in a positive way. They learn about contraception, about sexually transmitted diseases, and they ask questions—all in an environment where this kind of conversation is encouraged.

She Was Bleeding for One Month: The Reality of Unsafe Abortion in Mozambique

In countries where abortions are illegal—or there’s a lack of clarity regarding the laws—abortions still happen at the same rate as countries with liberalized laws. It’s a fact.

Country: Mozambique
Focus Area: Abortion

Help Us Advocate to Save Moms and Kids Around the World!

This week, the Reach Every Mother and Child Act will be introduced in Congress, calling for the scaling up of simple solutions and requiring a coordinated, streamlined strategy to end preventable maternal, newborn, and child deaths by 2035.

Focus Area: Advocacy

Standing by: Supporting High-risk Pregnancies in India


When Munni Devi learned she was pregnant, she was thrilled. But during her fifth month of pregnancy, she started leaking amniotic fluid. Her network of providers was there every step of the way.

Country: India
Focus Area: Maternal & Newborn Health

Injectable Contraceptives: The Best Shot for Women in Mozambique

DMPA Study

New study looks at injectable contraceptives as a way to increase contraceptive prevalence and reduce the high unmet need for family planning in rural Mozambique.

In Nigeria, driven by hope

Nigeria blog

All people deserve a say in choices about their own bodies. Join me. Take a stand. Demand more for our world’s women and girls.

Offering Teens a Real Choice: Long-Acting Reversible Contraception


Safe, effective contraception can be a modern miracle for people who want a healthy sex life, but don’t want to conceive a child. And our world's young people deserve access to the many kinds of contraception available, including long-acting reversible methods.

Lifesaving Choice in Pakistan

Ammarah Hassan

Pathfinder knows one of the best ways to stop the needless deaths of women is by ensuring everyone who wants contraception gets it.

Our Favorite Quotes from TEDWomen 2015

This week we’re tuning into the third ever TEDWomen conference, held May 27-29 in Monterey, California. Check out our favorite quotes from the conference—and share your own in the comments below!

New Film Engages Nigerien Youth Around Their Sexual and Reproductive Health

Binta’s Dilemma sparks conversations among young Nigeriens about sexual and reproductive health -- including topics like pressure to marry and have children early, use of contraceptives before and during marriage, and young women’s right to an education.

True Inspiration in Shan State, Myanmar


After last year's Family Planning Best Practices Workshop, Sono Aibe returns to Myanmar to attend a state level Family Planning Workshop.

Our Global Impact in 2014

2014 was a great year for Pathfinder, and we are SO PROUD to share our accomplishments with you. Take a look at our infographic!

Advancing the Health and Rights Of Young People

Pathfinder’s commitment to youth runs deep. As one of the first organizations to recognize and respond to young people’s unique sexual and reproductive needs, we have implemented adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health projects for over 40 years, in over 40 developing countries.

Too Good, and True: Ensuring Rights-Based, Quality Maternal Health Care in Mozambique

SCIP blog

With skilled birth attendance rates increasing from 63% to 75% over the past four years, more mothers in Mozambique have access to high-quality, skilled care during pregnancy and delivery.

Saving Mothers’ Lives in India

Thanks to our Matrika project and the new link it creates between public and private health providers, Poonam and pregnant women like her in India are receiving better maternal health care.

Country: India
Focus Area: Maternal & Newborn Health

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