Pathfinder has brought reproductive health care to tens of millions of people in more than 120 countries in Africa, Asia, the Near East, Latin America, and Europe. Today, our 1,000-plus employees work alongside hundreds of local partner organizations, helping implement projects that address a wide range of sexual and reproductive health issues.
SCIP is designed to increase quality of life at the household and community levels by improving health and nutritional status and advancing household economic viability.
A one-year project focused on building the organizational and technical capacity of 5 NGOs in Northern Uganda, which after 20 years of conflict are grossly underfunded, overstrained, and ill-equipped to combat issues of sexual and gender based violence.
This project increased gender-based violence (GBV) prevention and response services as well as the quality and availability of safe abortion care services in Gaza and Inhambane provinces.
Services de Santé de Qualité pour Haïti (SSQH) is a three-year, USAID-funded project designed to bring quality health services to the southern and central regions of Haiti.
In South Africa, Pathfinder worked to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality due to unsafe abortion.
This project assists the government of Pakistan in integrating family planning and reproductive health best practices in Sindh and Punjab provinces.
Pathfinder builds on its successful CCA-PPH Plus model to address the two leading causes of maternal mortality: postpartum hemorrhage and pre-eclampsia/eclampsia.
Scale-Up Gender Sensitive HIV and AIDS Prevention, Treatment and Care Support Interventions for Adults and Children in Nigeria
Pathfinder leads the PMTCT component of the project to reduce in HIV incidence in Nigeria of scaling up gender sensitive HIV prevention services for children and adults.
Pathfinder works closely with the Peruvian Ministry of Health to improve mother and newborn health and reduce maternal mortality in La Libertad region of Peru.
This project supported Reproductive Health Uganda in mobilizing social and institutional structures to further the use of family planning by means of outreach, static health facility/clinic, and community-based distribution.
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