- Strengthen health centers and support community health workers, so more people in more places can get holistic services they need, from contraception and maternal care to nutrition and sanitation.
- Promote innovative approaches and adoption of new technologies to increase the number of a young people able to make healthy decisions, exercise their rights, and experience positive sexual and reproductive health outcomes.
- Accelerate universal, right-based, and equitable access to quality, integrated HIV prevention, care, and treatment services.
- Strengthen national and sub-national family planning programs to reduce inequitable access and unmet need for contraception.
- Use social and behavior change approaches to eliminate stigma for rights-based health and support quality family planning for all through community dialogues, target group discussions, and digital platforms.
- Incorporate adolescent-friendly service delivery into existing sexual and reproductive health services, including early entry points, such as HPV vaccination.
- Support the elimination of gender discrimination and inequality through gender asynchronous and gender-transformative approaches.
In Kenya since 1964.
Pathfinder’s rich history in Kenya is marked by our conviction of going where others will not, and responding to the urgent reproductive health needs of some of the country’s most underserved people to ensure a country where everyone has access to contraception, there are zero new HIV infections, no woman dies from preventable pregnancy-related complications, and everyone leads a healthy sexual and reproductive life. Pathfinder has a long history of strategic partnership and close collaboration with international, national, county governments, local organizations, and communities to advance quality reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, adolescent health (RMNCAH) care; family planning and cervical cancer prevention services; women-led climate resilience; and HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment.