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This toolkit contains 17 tools designed to help health care providers and program planners set up, ensure the quality of, and monitor single-visit approach (also known as “see-and-treat”) services for the prevention of cervical cancer.
The Pathways to Change game is designed to make the concept of behavior change more understandable. When outreach workers use the game with their communities, it stimulates thinking that can motivate individuals and communities to change.
Right now, communities face two interconnected crises—how to protect their health and the environment they depend on. The problems are complex. And Pathfinder is up to the challenge.
In 2012, HoPE LVB conducted a baseline study to inform project design and determine baseline values for key outcome indicators.
In a year of remarkable achievement, including Pathfinder’s landmark victory at the US Supreme Court and our return to Bangladesh with a $53.8 million project, what was most exciting? The answer—integration—is the theme of Pathfinder’s 2013 Annual Report.
Sustainable Development in East Africa: Lessons from Four Population, Health, and Environment Projects
The integrated Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) approach is based on the premise that people’s health and the environments in which they live are inextricably linked.This publication features insights from four ongoing PHE projects in East Africa.
In 2011, Pathfinder’s APHIAplus Nairobi-Coast project facilitated the expansion of a gender-based violence (GBV) prevention and response program in Kenya that works to strengthen both the community and health systems.
Post-Abortion Care Services for Youth and Adult Clients in Kenya: A Comparison of Services, Client Satisfaction and Provider Attitudes
A study conducted by FHI 360 and Pathfinder International on the type of care young post-abortion care clients receive as compared with adult post-abortion care clients and providers’ attitudes towards serving adolescents and youth.
This technical update describes Pathfinder’s framework for combination HIV prevention with key affected populations and its application in Coast province since 2011.
In this edition of Pathways, we share stories from clients served by in our maternal health projects, with a focus on prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and postpartum hemorrhage.
Strengthening Community and Health Systems for Quality PMTCT: Applications in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, and Ethiopia
This technical brief discusses PMTCT implementation experience in four African countries, providing recommendations for future efforts to more holistically advance improved PMTCT outcomes in resource-limited settings.
For five years, APHIAplus Northern Arid Lands has increased local health system and community capacity for quality health service delivery. This brief discusses the project’s experience in Kenya's North Eastern Province.
This technical brief discusses steps taken by the project to meet challenges to the use of strategic health information in Kenya’s North Eastern Province, and provides recommendations for future similar efforts in comparable contexts.
This report describes the implementation of integration approaches that enhanced health service access and quality improvement under the AIDS, Population, and Health Integrated Assistance Project: North Eastern Province (APHIA II NEP).
Assessment of Kenyan Sexual Networks: Collecting evidence for interventions tor educe HIV/STI risk in Garissa, North Eastern Province, and Eastleigh, Nairobi
This paper presents evidence supporting the theory that the population of North Eastern province has sexual behaviors comparable to key populations in other areas of Kenya.
Pathfinder International has worked in Kenya, providing extensive training, technical assistance, and support to a vast array of government and nongovernment partners.
Pathfinder/Kenya began supporting the Integrated AIDS Program in 2003 through the Pathfinder-managed COPHIA project.
Since the early days of the HIV epidemic in Kenya, stigma has surrounded the disease, discouraging people from discovering their status or seeking help when they most need it.
The Pathfindings Publications Series
Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV through Dried Blood Spot Tesing: Pathfinder International/Kenya's Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Project
Pathfinder/Kenya integrated dried blood spot testing for early infant diagnosis of HIV into its prevention of mother-to-child transmission project in August 2006.
Throughout the world religious leaders are looked to for guidance and advice on all aspects of life. Pathfinder reaches out to religious leaders to enlist their active support of various reproductive health and family planning initiatives.
This report details a three-year, privately-funded project that sought to reinvigorate family planning services in western Kenya and Mombassa.
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