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.
The m4Change project was launched in 2012 to improve the quality of services provided by community health workers through the deployment of a mobile phone antenatal care application designed to facilitate more accurate decision making.
LIFE's objective is to virtually eliminate pediatric HIV infection, through increasing the quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of mother-to-child transmission of HIV prevention, reproductive health, and HIV and AIDS care and support services.
The program expanded educational opportunities and fostered social justice initiatives and dialogues for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds in developing countries
The project carried out advocacy actions for the provision of integrated sexual and reproductive health and HIV and AIDS services for young people in Maputo City.
A USAID-funded program that supports the efforts of the Government of Ethiopia to improve family planning/reproductive health services and maternal and child health in four regions of the country.
This project contributed to the development of a community-based organization called Pfuka U Hanya, which is both led by and serves people living with HIV by improving access and adherence to HIV and AIDS treatment and care.
Pathfinder strengthened local capacity for the promotion and administration of the WHO-endorsed immunization list in three districts of Lima.
Iniciativa: Strengthening the Capacity of Youth Civil Society in Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights
Through this project, Pathfinder empowers youth organizations to become strong advocates for adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health and rights.
This project targeted people living with HIV to encourage adherence to ART and PMTCT. Strategies included conducting home visits, the creation of a phone call system, a peer education component, and the empowerment of organizations through capacity building.
Implemented through the Pathfinder-managed Extending Service Delivery (ESD) Project, BHS worked closely with the Yemen government to increase access to quality health care services and to promote awareness of reproductive health among communities.
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