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Dr. Susan S. Swift (obituary)

Susan S. Swift, former Pathfinder chair and health care consultant died March 15 at her home in Key Largo, Florida.
"She was deeply committed to social issues, particularly those dealing with women, children and human rights around the world," said her husband of 25 years, Dr. Michael A. Berman, a pediatric cardiologist who is executive vice president and director of New York Presbyterian Hospital.

Pathfinder International Mourns the Loss of Board Chair and Supporter, Susan S. Swift

Pathfinder International lost an exceptional friend, supporter, and leader when our board chair, Susan S. Swift, passed away at her home in Florida.

Little Lov'n Monday

On International Women's Day, Black-Eyed Susan's shares inspiring links that deserve a look.
On March 1, Pathfinder is launching a unique challenge in the week leading up to International Women's Day 2010: 200 Thousand for 200 Million.

Try to imagine...

You may make decisions about reproductive health and family planning, but many women don't have choices. That's why Pathfinder International has been working to bring quality reproductive healthcare to countries around the world.

Since 1957, Pathfinder International has been working to introduce quality reproductive care to remote communities around the world, and now, in honor of International Women's Day (to be held tomorrow, March 8th) they are on a campaign to raise awareness about maternal and newborn care, family planning, and reproductive health in the developing world.

For Girls

When a video on girl2woman.org is shared, a generous donor will give 1$ to improve the reproductive health and rights of girls and women through Pathfinder International.
I just saw a powerful video on www.Girl2Woman.org I thought you'd be interested in. By sharing with you, I'm also making a difference in the lives of girls and women in the developing world.

Girl2Woman: Providing Reproductive Health Care, One Video Share at a Time

Girl2woman's simple mission-- to get one million women to share a video through their website--is a refreshing effort.
That's why I find it refreshing to hear about efforts like Girl2Woman, an initiative of Pathfinder International to jump start the conversation about global reproductive health care and to raise funds to ensure access to that health care is available to women worldwide

Girl2Woman: Make a Difference From Your Computer Screen, Not Your Credit Card

By International Women's Day, Pathfinder International hopes to reach our goal of 200,000 video shares in its Girl2Woman initiative.
The Girl2Woman project presents an ideal way to involve youth and educate others regarding the fundamental need for global reproductive health care access. Two hundred thousand views is a lot to accomplish in a week, but this video is well worth the effort.
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