The latest in global sexual and reproductive health news
Hugo Schwyzer- author, speaker, and professor- endorses Pathfinders International's quest for reproductive justice.
Individuals and organizations such as Pathfinder International are striving to make childbirth safe around the world.
That means making sure births are attended by skilled health professionals, achieving universal access to reproductive health care (which is judged by such measures as contraceptive prevalence and adolescent birth.
Yesterday, the United Nations released The World's Women 2010: Trends and Statistics, a report published once every five years that documents the advancement of women worldwide in a number of key areas.
This October is a perfect time to give to Pathfinder International. Through the end of the month, a generous donor will match donations up to $50,000.
Pathfinder International, an incredible organization that works to provide women all over the globe with comprehensive reproductive health care, has a fundraising campaign running this month called Make a Choice that gives you the chance to have your impact doubled.
More than two hundred million women around the world want, but lack access to, contraceptives. It is a right that must be addressed and is now increasingly urgent as climate change accelerates.
Pathfinder Co-Hosts Film Screening of The Edge of Joy, New Documentary on Maternal Health in Low-Resource Countries
In the one-hour documentary, The Edge of Joy, filmmaker Dawn Sinclair Shapiro follows an ensemble cast of doctors, midwives and families to the frontlines of maternal care, as they battle the second highest number of maternal deaths in the world.
Pathfinder invites you to join us for a lunch briefing on Wednesday, September 8, 2010 from 12pm-1pm at Pathfinder's Extending Service Delivery Project Office to discuss the findings of our most recent advocacy research.
This week Pathfinder International launched a matching gift challenge: Make a Choice to Give a Choice. During October, a generous anonymous donor will match every gift made online--up to $50,000!
Lack of doctors, social stigma, and inadequate resources make fighting HIV in sub-Saharan Africa a unique challenge.
Mbunju told the neighbors in her shared house that she was HIV-positive when she moved in; if she had an accident and needed their help, she wanted them to know. They didn't appreciate the gesture. Mbunju says she wants to move elsewhere once she gets a little money: "Everything I touch, they put it in the trash can."