Reproductive health stories from Pathfinder and beyond

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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.

Experts Convene to Talk Mobile Technology in Haiti, Nigeria, and Tanzania

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Mustafa Kudrati shared his experience in Tanzania alongside Pathfinder colleagues Tanou Diallo from Haiti and Farouk Jega from Nigeria at the Sept. 24 event “mHealth + mMoney: Harnessing the power of mobile technology and mobile money for improved health outcomes.”

I Choose to Survive: Inno's Story

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Thirty six-year-old Inno has given birth ten times. Like many women in Nigeria, she delivered at home with the help of only a traditional birth attendant. Just six of her newborns survived. Don't miss Inno’s inspiring story—about her struggle to protect her babies and to survive.

Exclusive Breastfeeding: Empowering Mothers to Keep Their Babies Free from HIV

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In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, we explore the benefits of exclusive breastfeeding and efforts to share knowledge empowering HIV-positive mothers in Nigeria and Botswana.

Speaking on New Approaches and Interventions for Reducing Maternal Mortality

Pathfinder's Dr. Murtala Mai speaks on a promising and recently-introduced maternal mortality reduction intervention taking place in Nigeria.

Fighting Burundi's Number One Cause of Maternal Mortality: Postpartum Hemorrhage

After giving birth, a mother suffering from postpartum hemorrhage can die within two hours if she doesn’t receive proper treatment. In Burundi, PPH is the leading cause of maternal death. But it can be stopped in its tracks if the proper care is available.

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