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When a girl is robbed of her childhood, what happens to her future? This issue of Pathways explores Pathfinder's work to break the cycle of violence, early marriage, and unintended pregnancy that prevents millions of young people from having a choice.
Right now, communities face two interconnected crises—how to protect their health and the environment they depend on. The problems are complex. And Pathfinder is up to the challenge.
This paper takes a look at how ESD changed community norms in support of healthy adolescent behaviors, specifically in Nigeria and Yemen.
Pathfinder's 2009 Annual Report, "Girl2Woman: Her Right, Her Health, Our Future," discusses the importance of reproductive health care throughout a lifetime, from girl to woman. It also highlights a new Pathfinder microsite, www.girl2woman.org.
The Fall 2009 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
Increasing HIV/AIDS Therapy Adherence among Youth in Mozambique: The TAP/Pathfinder Int'l Experience
Increasing HIV and AIDS Therapy Adherence Among Youth in Mozambique highlights the process and results of Pathfinder's successful program to keep highly vulnerable HIV-positive youth in the medical system with access to life-saving care and treatment.
The Spring 2009 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
This paper discusses the results of a community survey conducted to assess the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of men and women of reproductive age toward abortion in six districts of northern Ghana.
Increasing Access to Safe, Comprehensive Abortion Care Services in Northern and Upper East Regions of Ghana: The Pathfinder International Community Approach
Pathfinder/Ghana's safe abortion project increases access to services through community advocacy, provider training, and facility upgrades. The project's successes and challenges are described in this paper.
This study uses longitudinal data from the Matlab Demographic Surveillance System to investigate factors commonly believed to increase maternal mortality risk: too young, too short, a birth interval,too many children, and too old.
Moving Forward offers an overview of Pathfinder's comprehensive approach to prevention, care, and treatment of HIV and AIDS in developing countries.
Assessment of Kenyan Sexual Networks: Collecting evidence for interventions tor educe HIV/STI risk in Garissa, North Eastern Province, and Eastleigh, Nairobi
This paper presents evidence supporting the theory that the population of North Eastern province has sexual behaviors comparable to key populations in other areas of Kenya.
This report summarizes Pathfinder's experience in Ethiopia and Ghana working to reduce the prevalence of fistula and provide care and support to women suffering from the condition.
This case study describes how the Government of Mozambique has scaled up its successful youth HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health program to a national level with support from UNFPA and technical guidance from Pathfinder International.
Pathfinder's 2008 Annual Report: "Smart Systems, Vibrant Communities, Strong Women," explores the integral role of systems in all the work we do. The report comes in two pieces: a booklet and a poster.
The poster component of Pathfinder's 2008 Annual Report, "Smart Systems, Vibrant Communities, Strong Women," which explores the integral role of systems in all the work we do.
The Fall 2008 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
Summarizing Pathfinder's recent experience implementing the Youth Friendly Postabortion Care (YFPAC) Project in eight African countries, this report contains program descriptions,key results, challenges, lessons learned, and recommendations.
Pathfinder International has worked in Kenya, providing extensive training, technical assistance, and support to a vast array of government and nongovernment partners.
A report on Pathfinder's Youth-Friendly Postabortion Care project in eight African countries. The project was implemented June 2007 to May 2008 with the goal of increasing access to PAC services that are responsive to adolescents' special needs.
This paper details the history of Pathfinder International's community-based family planning and reproductive health activities in Tanzania.
Since the early days of the HIV epidemic in Kenya, stigma has surrounded the disease, discouraging people from discovering their status or seeking help when they most need it.
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