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Today, half the world’s population is under 25. This issue of Pathways explores how young mothers like Dorothy are exercising their sexual and reproductive rights—and taking control of their future.
The set of cue cards is designed to help a range of community- and facility-based providers to counsel adults on their contraceptive options.
The purpose of the Working Paper Series is to disseminate work in progress by Pathfinder International staff on critical issues of population, reproductive health, and development.
This study examined the experiences of adolescents living with HIV in Tanzania in order to identify ways to improve home based care to better meet their needs.
This publication describes women who accept single-rod progestogen contraceptive implants from community health workers in Ethiopia and to assess whether community-based provision addresses unmet need for contraception in Ethiopia.
This brief articulates the Pathfinder-led project Strengthening Communities through Integrated Programming’s strategy of integrated systems strengthening, shares a snapshot of its implementation status, and highlights next steps for the project.
In 2012, Pathfinder went where the need was greatest—the places where women, men, and young people must fight every day to defend their sexual and reproductive health and rights. This annual report explores our successes during fiscal year 2012.
The Integrated Family Health Program (IFHP) is a five-year USAID-funded program to promote an integrated model for strengthening maternal and child health, family planning, and reproductive health services in Ethiopia.
Pathfinder International Ethiopia has extensive experience implementing family planning and HIV integration through public health centers and community networks
Meeting the Reproductive Health Needs of Youth Living with HIV in Tanzania: A qualitative study exploring the experiences and perceptions of young home based care clients, their caregivers, and care providers
This qualitative study explores the experiences, perceptions and reproductive health needs of young people (15-24) living with HIV who are enrolled in Home Based Care (HBC) programs.
Pathways to Change is a behavior change tool in the form of a simple game.
This project brief highlights key implementation activities and successes achieved in the first year of Pathfinder's Addis Tesfa (or "New Hope") project in Ethiopia.
Pathfinder's Private Sector Family Planning Service Delivery Project (2000- 2011) pioneered advancements in family planning and reproductive health service delivery in northern Nigeria.
Improving Health through Postpartum Home Visits, Family Planning Counseling: Scaling-Up Best Practices in Egypt
This paper shows how ESD helped Save the Children/Egypt improve maternal and newborn health in Egypt's Kaliobia Governorate by scaling-up the government's postpartum care package in 13 villages and training community health workers.
This paper show how ESD has supported the Basic Health Services Project in Yemen to assist midwives with setting up private practices in rural communities where fixed facilities and services do not exist, or are far away.
Scaling Up Community-Based Service Delivery of Implanon: The Integrated Family Health Program's Experience Training Health Extension Workers
This paper details Pathfinder International's work in community-based service delivery training of Implanon services in Ethiopia.
Moving Forward offers an overview of Pathfinder's comprehensive approach to prevention, care, and treatment of HIV and AIDS in developing countries.
Pathfinder International has worked in Kenya, providing extensive training, technical assistance, and support to a vast array of government and nongovernment partners.
This paper details the history of Pathfinder International's community-based family planning and reproductive health activities in Tanzania.
Pathfinder/Kenya began supporting the Integrated AIDS Program in 2003 through the Pathfinder-managed COPHIA project.
This document describes the process that the USAID-funded, Pathfinder International-led COMPASS project has used to combat stigma, overcome distrust, and reach families to improve uptake of the polio vaccine in northern Nigeria.
This series of documents provides guidance for Program Managers and Health Providers on a variety of topics.
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