mHMtaani: Mobile Health for Our Communities in Kenya
With support from USAID, under the APHIAplus Nairobi-Coast project, Pathfinder launched mHMtaani or “Mobile health for our communities.” The project aims to promote healthier communities by using mobile technology to monitor and track the health of pregnant mothers, as well as OVC in Kilifi County in Coast province, Kenya. mHMtaani works to improve service delivery for children and adults at the community level using CommCare, a recognized mHealth platform provided by Dimagi.
This issue of Pathways explores Pathfinder's SCIP project and our success in reaching over four million Mozambicans with sexual and reproductive health services.
Introducing Youth-friendly Prevention Of Mother-to-child Transmission Services To Public-sector Clinics To Better Address The Needs Of Youth In South Africa
Recognizing the need to better address prevention of mother-to-child transmission among this population (including access, early antenatal care bookings, adherence), Pathfinder expanded its programmatic portfolio to include capacity building for youth-friendly PMTCT services within public-sector clinics.