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Beginning with Sustainable Scale Up in Mind: Initial Results from a Population, Health, and Environment Project in East Africa
This paper shows how ExpandNet's approach to scale-up is being applied and the initial lessons from its use in the Health of People and Environment in the Lake Victoria Basin 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.
PRACHAR: Promoting Change In Reproductive Behavior In Bihar, India Summary Report Of Phase II Evaluation Findings
This report summarizes evaluation findings from Phases I and II of the PRACHAR project, a community-based adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights program implemented in rural Bihar, India.
This simple checklist will help you conduct a “straight to the point” assessment of behavior change activities, focusing on issues like facilitation, language, and participant engagement.
This "straight to the point" evaluation looks at the communicative aspects listed on the checklist and rates the material in question on each of the aspects.
A Review of Adolescent Gender and Sexual and Reproductive Health Projects: Findings and Recommendations
This report summarizes findings from a review of projects to identify promising strategies to transform gender norms and improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes with potential for adaptation and scale-up in Northern Uganda and similar contexts.
Meeting the Reproductive Health Needs of Youth Living with HIV in Tanzania: A qualitative study exploring the experiences and perceptions of young home based care clients, their caregivers, and care providers
This qualitative study explores the experiences, perceptions and reproductive health needs of young people (15-24) living with HIV who are enrolled in Home Based Care (HBC) programs.
The Fall 2011 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
This tool provides a"straight to the point" means of identifying the strengths and weaknesses of BC implementing partners. It offers ideas and suggestions to help supervisors assess partner capacity in a systematic manner.
Annually, over 1 million births in Nigeria are to teenage mothers.
Assessment of Health Facilities and Health-Seeking Behavior in the Greater Mahale Valley - The Tuungane Project
Recognizing that healthy ecosystems enable people to live healthier lives, Pathfinder conducted a rapid needs assessment of the area’s health facilities and communities in the Greater Mahale Valley in Tanzania.
Developed by the Youth Health and Rights Coalition, this publication analyzes the Global Health Initiative country strategies from a youth lens.
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.
Pathways to Change is a behavior change tool in the form of a simple game.
This summary review provides analysis of Pathfinder-Egypt's Takamol project and includes description of program strategy and evaluation results.
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.
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.
The Spring 2011 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
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
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