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This toolkit contains 17 tools designed to help health care providers and program planners set up, ensure the quality of, and monitor single-visit approach (also known as “see-and-treat”) services for the prevention of cervical cancer.
The Pathways to Change game is designed to make the concept of behavior change more understandable. When outreach workers use the game with their communities, it stimulates thinking that can motivate individuals and communities to change.
This study assesses the level of knowledge and attitudes toward Violence Against Women among community members in targeted communities in Gaza Province, Mozambique at baseline.
Developed by the Youth Health and Rights Coalition, this publication analyzes the Global Health Initiative country strategies from a youth lens.
This summary review provides analysis of Pathfinder-Egypt's Takamol project and includes description of program strategy and evaluation results.
Pathways to Change is a behavior change tool in the form of a simple game.
This descriptive project document discusses a component of Pathfinder Burundi's Positive Deviance Hearth Project, the "Maman Lumière" initiative.
Pathfinder's Private Sector Family Planning Service Delivery Project (2000- 2011) pioneered advancements in family planning and reproductive health service delivery in northern Nigeria.
This project brief highlights key implementation activities and successes achieved in the first year of Pathfinder's Addis Tesfa (or "New Hope") project in Ethiopia.
The Spring 2011 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
This publication part of Pathfinder's 3 Billion Reasons Campaign highlights the importance of ensuring that sexual and reproductive health is part of any multisectoral program for adolescents and youth.
This report touches on the implementation, challenges, and lessons learned from Pathfinder's Sustainable Maternal Health Care Behavior Improvement Initiative, a project from 2003-2010.
Investing in the sexual and reproductive health of adolescents and youth has never been more important. Read the top ten reasons why the global community should invest in young people today
This report describes the implementation of integration approaches that enhanced health service access and quality improvement under the AIDS, Population, and Health Integrated Assistance Project: North Eastern Province (APHIA II NEP).
The Straight to the Point advocacy tools are intended for organizations that want to include in-country advocacy and public policy work among their programmatic strategies.
Improved Quality of Reproductive Health Care in Viet Nam: An Overview of the Reproductive Health Projects
This paper summarizes the results, strategies, and challenges of the Reproductive Health Projects (RHPs), initiative to improve reproductive health services available in two leading hospitals and the Viet Nam government's reproductive health care network.
With the launch of the 3 Billion Reasons campaign, Pathfinder International is calling global attention to the world's some 3 billion young people, the largest generation of young people in history
Pathfinder's 2010 Annual Report, "Driving Change: The Impact of Private Funds," highlights recent results made possible through private funds. In the 25 countries where we work, Pathfinder leverages every resources available to help drive change in the developing world.
The Fall 2010 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
This document outlines PRACHAR’s interventions that are intended to empower adolescents to successfully use contraception to plan their families.
This clinical training video provides guidance on the active management of the third stage of labor, treatment of excessive postpartum bleeding and hemorrhage. It also demonstrates removal, cleaning, and folding of the non-pneumatic anti-shock garment.
This curriculum is intended to train physicians, nurses, midwives, and community-based providers in the skills and techniques necessary to implement a comprehensive continuum of care approach to preventing and managing postpartum hemorrhage (PPH).
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