Iniciativa: Strengthening the Capacity of Youth Civil Society in Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights
Through Iniciativa, Pathfinder has empowered five youth organizations to become strong advocates for adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health and rights in Mozambique.
The five organizations—LUARTE, Kutenga, Nova Vida, AREPACHO, and Kupulumussana—were all part of an innovative mentorship process that emphasized partnership, self-assessment, organizational ownership, continuous learning, and applied skills building.
Throughout the program, the CSOs led AYSRHR advocacy activities with district, provincial, and national governments and implemented demand-generation activities in their communities.
This report summarizes the findings from an end-of-project qualitative evaluation conducted in November and December of 2014.
Fazendo a diferenca: Um modelo intensivo para o reforco de capacidade da sociedade civil em Mocambique
This Portuguese translation of a Pathfinder technical brief explores an intensive approach to strengthening the organizational capacity of five youth-serving civil society organizations in Mozambique.
This technical brief explores Pathfinder’s intensive approach to strengthening the organizational capacity of five youth-serving civil society organizations in Mozambique.
This Straight to the Point capacity building tool offers a brief introduction to a few essential accounting practices and provides a checklist to help organizations assess whether they are meeting these fundamental requirements.
Pathfinder aims is to evaluate the strategies of the Geracao BIZ project, as well as transform the knowledge, attitudes and practices of primary school, high school, secondary education and technical education students in sexual reproductive health.
Meeting Contraceptive Needs: Long-Term Associations Of the PRACHAR Project with Married Women’s Awareness and Behavior in Bihar
This article presents findings from an evaluation that sought to shed light on whether the improvements in contraceptive awareness and use observed following the implementation of the PRACHAR project were still evident four to eight years after its completion. Specifically, we examined whether women who were building families in areas where the PRACHAR project had been implemented—many of whom had not been directly exposed to the intervention—reported different contraceptive experiences than did those in comparison areas where the program had not been implemented.
Estrella Alcalde, Gender Advisor for Pathfinder Mozambique, is featured in the Universal Access to Female Condoms (UAFC) Joint Programme's 2014 Annual Report discussing the power of female condoms alongside two other UAFC partners.