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Count Us In! Pathfinder Joins Every Mother Counts to End Maternal Mortality

Pathfinder International is thrilled to join Every Mother Counts as a partner in striving to improve maternal health care around the world.

Two Films, Two Ways to Take Action This Mother's Day

This week, just in time for Mother's Day, two new films about the struggles and successes women face during pregnancy and delivery will be featured on major television networks.

Interview on Child Marriage in Yemen with Former Pathfinder Program Coordinator

On April 26th, 2011, Dalia Al-Eryani, the program coordinator for Pathfinder's SAM project will answer questions live online on the Population Reference Bureau's website. Join Dalia and pre-submit your own questions before 1:00PM EDT.

Seventeen Days of Action From Earth Day to Mother's Day

Pathfinder International is proud to join a range of organizations to support the "Million for a Billion" petition campaign. The campaign highlights the linkages between family planning, healthy mothers, and a healthy planet.

Pathfinder International Encouraged, Concerned By Budget Negotiations

Last week, congressional budget negotiations nearly reached a stalemate. A government shutdown was averted, but the compromise budget includes around $30 million in cuts to international family planning and reproductive health programs.

National Seminar Highlights Achievements of Mayer Shasthya Project

Community leaders and government officials reflect on the successes of Pathfinder's Mayer Shasthya project.

Pathfinder Joins Coalition of Organizations in Open Letter to United Nations on Sexual and Reproductive Health

An Open Letter to Delegates for the 44th Session of the United Nations Commission on Population and Development.

Stigma prevents access to HIV services'

In India, the stigma surrounding HIV makes it difficult to prevent, support, treat, and care.
Darshana Vyas, project director, Pathfinder International, said, "The convention was held at Panhala (Kolhapur district) and was an attempt to re-energise the MSM community, strengthen community feeling and leverage greater leadership and involvement in project governance and implementation."
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