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 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.
The project was a response to strengthen the capacities of the public sector health system, NGOs, CBOs, and other civil society partners, while simultaneously working to increase utilization of and access to maternal and child survival and reproductive health.
The HoPE project reduces threats to biodiversity conservation and ecosystem degradation in the Lake Victoria Basin while increasing access to family planning and sexual and reproductive health to improve maternal and child health in local communities.
In 2007, Pathfinder began work on the Grameenphone Safe Motherhood and Infant Care Project, continuing Pathfinder's commitment to providing quality reproductive health services in Bangladesh that began in the early 1950s.
This project advanced the promotion of respiratory health and the prevention of TB among government authorities, educational institutions, teachers, and students.
Pathfinder worked in Northern Uganda to impact gender norms, through behavioral research and scalable interventions, to positively influence reproductive health outcomes, reduce gender-based violence and improve gender equity among adolescents.
FORSA provides employment opportunities for rural Egyptians by hiring youth as community health advocates and providing training and financial support for women to start their own microenterprises.
Flexible Family Planning, Reproductive Health, and Gender-Based Violence Services for Transition Situations Project
From 2008 - 2014, this project developed family planning and gender-based violence services for emergency and transitional situations in Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
This project conducted an integrated biological and behavioral surveillance survey (IBBS) among female sex workers in Mozambique. It measured HIV prevalence, related risk behaviors, and access to care services among this population.
This program worked to reduce the incidence of HIV infection and the number of unplanned pregnancies among the sexually active population; empower women and sexual minorities in Mozambique through advocacy and health promotion activities.
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