Pathfinder has brought reproductive health care to tens of millions of people in more than 120 countries in Africa, Asia, the Near East, Latin America, and Europe. Today, our 1,000-plus employees work alongside hundreds of local partner organizations, helping implement projects that address a wide range of sexual and reproductive health issues. .
The goal of this initiative was to increase access to postabortion care services responsive to adolescent needs, thereby decreasing abortion related mortality, future unintended pregnancies and repeat abortions among young women.
In this project, Pathfinder aims to strengthen and maximize opportunities for better family planning utilization through primary health care services in targeted governorates.
Pathfinder is laying the groundwork to address the great need for contraception and sexual and reproductive health services in West Africa, a region with some of the lowest contraceptive prevalence rates and highest maternal mortality in Africa.
The overall goal for this project is to ensure that district level contraceptive service and supply budget analysis is used to inform national government spending.
This project introduced a savings and investment program for HIV and AIDS support groups and women's groups that aimed to empower people living HIV and AIDS to improve the socioeconomic condition of themselves and their families.
Pathfinder works to support the Government of Mozambique in its efforts to increase demand for and use of family planning and reproductive health services in 16 districts of Maputo, Gaza, Inhambane, and Cabo Delgado provinces.
Pathfinder's university-based program addressed the social, reproductive health, and informational needs of young people through the recruitment and training of a network of university-based peer counselors.
The project's goal was to build a team of peer educator's capacity to respond to adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health issues, through improved referral networks to the youth corners and provision of information to their peers.
With the human population in the Greater Mahale Ecosystem growing rapidly, in conditions of extreme poverty and ill health, this project uses a model of population, health, and environment to address reproductive health and natural resource management.
This CDC-funded project provides community-home-based-care for people living with HIV and AIDS and their families. Additionally, work is being done in the community to reduce the stigma and increase the voice and visibly of people living with HIV and AIDS.
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