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Integrated Family Planning Program

Pathfinder designed the Integrated Family Planning Program to meet women where they are. We implement three tailored packages of interventions—a rural package, an urban package, and a combo package—that address the barriers to contraception specific to these areas.

Project Date: 2016 - present
Funder: USAID
Country: Mozambique
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What We Do

  • Increase contraceptive use by 15% in three provinces by 2021 (leading to 565,000 new contraceptive users)
  • Lead the team of global and local partners—N’weti, Population Services International, and Abt Associates
  • Address the root causes of limited use of contraception, including distance to health services, provider bias against young people using contraception, myths and misconceptions about contraception, and gender inequities
  • Integrate contraception into a range of other health services, including primary health care, HIV services, maternal and child health services, and mobile outreach into communities

Project Staff Members

Riaz Mobaracaly

Senior Country Director

Riaz is a proven leader in public health with more than 10 years of experience in the management and implementation of national, provincial and district level health programs with specific focus on...

Luc Van der Veken

Deputy Chief of Party

Luc has more than 20 years of experience managing health projects in developing countries, with extensive experience designing and implementing programs and strategies to improve quality, access of,...

Adalgisa Viola Ronda

Clinical Services Director

Adalgisa has nearly 10 years of experience public health project management, planning, designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating activities through supervision of district coordinators and...

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