Yemen Reproductive Health Project

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By making improvements to the supply of contraceptives and increasing communities’ knowledge and awareness of family planning and reproductive health, Pathfinder will increase utilization of these critical services.

In February 2012, Pathfinder received a subagreement to the USAID-funded Community Livelihood Project, a project that was implemented by Creative Associates International. Through this project, Pathfinder worked in partnership with the Ministry of Health to strengthen and maximize opportunities for quality family planning and maternal & newborn health in more than 35 health facilities in targeted governorates in the country.

The project trained more than 500 doctors and midwives in emergency obstetrics and reproductive health and family planning.

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