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This publication identifies how ARISE effectively used data to review its work and make improvements to planned interventions, resulting in improved performance.
This tool leads an organization or group step-by-step through the process of creating a workplan—from setting goals and objectives, to choosing activities, to planning timing and assigning responsibility—and includes a workplan template.
This technical update examines how the Integrated Family Health Program-supported Technical Advisory Committee acts as a steward of Ethiopia's health agenda.
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.
The set of cue cards is designed to help a range of community- and facility-based providers to counsel adolescents and young people on their contraceptive options.
Organizations and groups can use this tool to guide a group activity with members of the community they work with in order to identify the major barriers to adopting a specific healthier behavior and to prioritize which barriers should be addressed first.
This brief articulates SCIP’s strategy of integrated systems strengthening, shares a snapshot of its implementation status, and highlights next steps for the project’s remaining two years.
This publication offers a concise overview of Pathfinder’s Integrated Systems Strengthening framework, which is our strategy for connecting people to systems and systems to people.
Developed by the Youth Health and Rights Coalition, this publication analyzes the Global Health Initiative country strategies from a youth lens.
This publication part of Pathfinder's 3 Billion Reasons Campaign highlights the importance of ensuring that sexual and reproductive health is part of any multisectoral program for adolescents and youth.
Pathfinder's 2010 Annual Report, "Driving Change: The Impact of Private Funds," highlights recent results made possible through private funds. In the 25 countries where we work, Pathfinder leverages every resources available to help drive change in the developing world.
This case study describes how the Government of Mozambique has scaled up its successful youth HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health program to a national level with support from UNFPA and technical guidance from Pathfinder International.
The Pathfindings Publications Series
Improving Female Recruitment, Participation, and Retention Among Peer Educators in the Gercao BIZ Program in Mozambique
In response to the under-representation of female peer educators in the Geracao BIZ Program (GBP), an adolescent sexual and reproductive health program in Mozambique, a research study was used to test new strategies for improving recruitment.
The experience of Pathfinder International and the Foundation for Community Development in Inhambane Province, Mozambique.
Pathfindings Number 3: Improving Female Recruitment, Participation, and Retention Among Female Peer Educators in Mozambique
Discusses findings from operations research conducted at the Geracao BIZ Program by Pathfinder/Mozambique, on the challenges of building an equitable adolescent peer educator program that encourages female participation, equal recognition, and involvement.
Providing Reproductive Health and STI/HIV Information and Services to This Generation: Insightes from the Gercao BIZ Experience
This report was written in the hope that by documenting the initial stages of the Geracao Biz project, others in the field of adolescent reproductive health could learn from this experience.\
Reproductive Health Programs for Young Adults: School-Based Programs