The latest in global sexual and reproductive health news
"One of the perennial challenges we face in the field of global public health is balancing our passion for what we call universal well-being for all by working frequently with the most marginalized communities and understanding the reality that we live in a world with finite resources for which there is constant competition."
Pathfinder International and UNFPA Renew Collaborative Commitment to Advance Family Planning, Gender Equality
Pathfinder Chosen by USAID to Lead New Services de Santé de Qualité pour Haiti Central and South Project
Pathfinder Awarded New Grant to Improve Reproductive, Maternal, and Child Health through Mobile Health Services
Dr. Mengistu Asnake, IFHP Head and Pathfinder Country Director, said the program supports the Ethiopian Public Health System on Reproductive Health, particularly on Family Planning and Maternal, Newborn and Child Health. He said significant achievements are registered in IFHP project implementation regions. Commendable successes have been registered in intensifying efforts to prevent causes of maternal morbidity and mortality by improving access to family planning and maternal health care.
In the last decade, several countries in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region have had the opportunity to experience economic growth and establish redistributive fiscal policies aimed at reducing poverty, reducing inequality and improving the coverage and quality of health, education and social protection services.
Melinda Gates, Barbara Bush, Mandy Moore, and other global health leaders on efforts to save the lives of women and girls by increasing access to maternal and child healthcare. Executive producer Cari Stein reports in this special documentary from Malaysia and the Women Deliver Conference.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Pathfinder International and Fellow Co-Plaintiffs in USAID v AOSI
Aisha gave birth to her ninth child at home in Nigeria in 2009. Hemorrhaging and in shock, she was immediately rushed to the Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital in Kano, northern Nigeria. Upon arrival her blood pressure was very low and she had lost a lot of blood, a leading cause of maternal death in developing countries.