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This tool help users conduct a concise assessment of a partner organization’s (or potential partner’s) strengths and weaknesses, helping to identify areas where technical assistance will be needed to successfully implement a project.
Addressing Unmet Need for Contraception among HIV-Positive Women: A Qualitative Study of the Arise Project in Uganda
This report presents the findings from a qualitative study conducted in January 2014 in Lango and Teso regions of Uganda among Arise Project beneficiaries and service providers.
In 2008, Pathfinder International sponsored a delegation of key Brazilian and Peruvian partners to Mexico City to support ongoing abortion advocacy project in Brazil and Peru.
The Spring 2010 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
This paper details Pathfinder International's Addis Tesfa (New Hope) project, whose goal is to develop a model for integrating the single-visit approach for cervical cancer into HIV/AIDS care and treatment in Ethiopia.
This paper describes how ESD, with the Basic Health Services Project in Yemen and the Yemeni Women Union implemented the Safe Age of Marriage program as part of a national effort to reduce maternal and neonatal mortalities.
Muslim Religious Leaders as Partners in Fostering Positive Reproductive Health and Family Planning Behaviors in Yemen: A Best Practice
The paper shows how ESD partnered with the Basic Health Services Project in Yemen to engage Muslim religious leaders as champions of reproductive health and family planning, and partners in fostering social change and development.
This paper show how ESD has supported the Basic Health Services Project in Yemen to assist midwives with setting up private practices in rural communities where fixed facilities and services do not exist, or are far away.
ESD Model: Mobilizing Muslim Imams and Religious Leaders as "Champions" of Reproductive Health and Family Planning
This paper depicts ESD's model for engaging religious leaders as "champions" of reproductive health and family planning, which is applied in Bangladesh, Nigeria, Pakistan and Yemen.
Healthy Images of Manhood: A Male Engagement Approach for Workplaces and Community Programs Integrating Gender, Family Planning, and HIV/AIDS
Healthy Images of Manhood (HIM) was launched in January 2008 in partnership with Unilever Tea Tanzania Ltd. at the company's estates in south-central Tanzania.
Improving Health through Postpartum Home Visits, Family Planning Counseling: Scaling-Up Best Practices in Egypt
This paper shows how ESD helped Save the Children/Egypt improve maternal and newborn health in Egypt's Kaliobia Governorate by scaling-up the government's postpartum care package in 13 villages and training community health workers.
This training package is designed to train practicing HIV service providers in family planning counseling and service provision for family planning integration in HIV Counseling and Testing, PMTCT and ART services.
This paper shows how ESD has worked in partnership with local organizations across the world to promote the healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy (HTSP).
This paper highlights the importance of service providers in contraceptive security, and identifies recommended entry points at various levels of the health system to strengthen the role of service providers in contraceptive security.
Transferring Knowledge and Skills: An Effective Approach for Promoting Public-Pirvate Partnerships in Reproductive Health and Family Planning
This paper describes the promise and limitations of a strategy that uses training workshop to help non-governmental health organizations, governments and businesses to understand public-private sector partnerships in health.>
Matlab, a subdistrict of Bangladesh, is well known for its Demographic Surveillance System (DSS) and its Maternal Child Health Family Planning (MCH-family planning) project, which provides intensive family planning and maternal and child health services.
This document shows the Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage toolkit's Powerpoint Slide Desk.
Integration of Family Planning into HIV Counseling and Testing, Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission, and Antiretroviral Therapy Services - Job Aid
Family Planning and HIV Integration Provider Reference Tool: Family Planning Considerations Specific to HIV-Positive Clients.
Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage - Wall Chart: Recommended Dilutions of Sodium Hyprchlorite (Bleach) for Decontaminating the NASG
This document shows the Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage toolkit's Wall Chart on Recommended Dilutions of Sodium Hyprchlorite (Bleach) for Decontaminating the NASG.
Scaling-Up Best Practices to Meet Millenium Development Goals 4 & 5: A Tailored Approach to Spreading Best Practices
A technical meeting held in Bangkok motivated public health stakeholders from across Asia and the Middle East to introduce life-saving best practices focused on family planning, and maternal, neonatal and child health. This paper describes how.
Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage - Wall Chart: Applying the Non-pneumatic Anti Shock Garment (NASG)
This document shows the Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage toolkit's Wall Chart on Applying the Non-pneumatic Anti Shock Garment (NASG). Part 7 of the Toolkit.
Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage - Wall Chart: Using the Blood Collection Drape
This document shows the Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage toolkit's Wall Chart on Using the Blood Collection Drape. Part 6 of the Toolkit.
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