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.
PAST PROJECT: This initiative increased access to postabortion care services responsive to adolescent needs, thereby decreasing abortion related mortality, future unintended pregnancies and repeat abortions among young women.
Young People's Empowerment in Reproductive Health Through Awareness and Service Expansion in Ethiopia (YERASEE)
As a part of the Integrated Family Health Program, YERASEE builds upon Pathfinder’s extensive work in Ethiopia to improve sexual and reproductive health services for young people (ages 10-24) throughout the country.
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.
PAST PROJECT: 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.
PAST PROJECT: This one-year project worked 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 support from the Ford Foundation, Pathfinder continues its work in Egypt to address the sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents.
PAST PROJECT: Based on Pathfinder's successful PRACHAR project, the three-year TASHeER project advocated for scale-up and expansion of activities that address adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health needs in Pakistan.
PAST PROJECT: In South Africa, Pathfinder promotes the adoption of safe sex practices while increasing access to quality, integrated, and youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services.
PAST PROJECT: From 2011-2013, this project formed an integrated package of youth friendly family planning, reproductive health, and child survival services through quality service delivery at outreach, satellite, and static health facilities and peer education programs.
SCIP is designed to increase quality of life at the household and community levels by improving health and nutritional status and advancing household economic viability.
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