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This curriculum is intended to train physicians, nurses, midwives, and community-based providers in the skills and techniques necessary to implement a comprehensive continuum of care approach to preventing and managing postpartum hemorrhage (PPH).
Integration of Family Planning into HIV Counseling and Testing, Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission, and Antiretroviral Therapy Services - Trainer's Guide
This training package is intended to train practicing HIV service providers working directly and regularly in HCT, PMTCT, and/or Antiretroviral therapy.
For five years, APHIAplus Northern Arid Lands has implemented a strategy to increase local health system and community capacity for quality health service delivery. This brief discusses the project’s experience in Kenya's North Eastern Province, providing recommendations for future efforts.
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.
Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Kenya: Pathfinder International's Experience: 2002-2005
This publication documents Pathfinder's collaboration with public, private, and faith-based partners in Kenya in developing new and effective programs to prevent transmission of HIV from mother to child.
Features an analysis of Pathfinder/Kenya's integrated reproductive health and peer counseling program at Kenyatta University in Nairobi and Egerton University in Njoro.
Kenya: KENYATTA UNIVERSITY-Peer Counseling to Develop Tomorrow's Leaders (Kamanja, 1999)
Kenya: PATH-Using Scouting as a Vehicle for Reaching Out-of-School Youth (Kahuthia & Radeny, 1999)