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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).
Integration of Family Planning into HIV Counseling and Testing, Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission, and Antiretroviral Therapy Services - Trainer's Guide
This training package is intended to train practicing HIV service providers working directly and regularly in HCT, PMTCT, and/or Antiretroviral therapy.
This publication provides a background in the risks faced by populations especially vulnerable to HIV and AIDS.
This publications outlines the specific reproductive health needs of this cadre of adolescents and the programmatic responses that can be used to reach them.
The Spring 2008 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
This document describes the process that the USAID-funded, Pathfinder International-led COMPASS project has used to combat stigma, overcome distrust, and reach families to improve uptake of the polio vaccine in northern Nigeria.
Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) Trainers Guide, Second Edition
Intrauterine Devies (IUDs) Participants Guide, Second Edition
The Pathfindings Publications Series
Assessment of Youth-Friendly Postabortion Care Services: A Global Tool for Assessing Postabortion Care for Youth
This tool is designed to help assessment teams, project managers, supervisors, and providers collect detailed information on the quality of Postabortion Care (PAC) services provided to adolescents in order to make services more youth friendly.
In 2007, Pathfinder International administered a one-year Youth-Friendly Postabortion Care (YF PAC) project in eight sub-Saharan African countries. This brief document reviews the challenges, results, and lessons learned in Ghana.
A collaborative project of 14 NGOs, including Pathfinder, addressing interpretation of policy allowing legal interruption of pregnancy for health reasons.
The Effect of Community-Based Reproductive Health Communication Interventions on Contraceptive Use Among Married Couples in Bihar, India, International Family Planning Perspectives
In this paper, authors Elkan E. Daniel et al., compared family planning attitudes, knowledge, and behavior among young women in three Bihar districts before and after the implementation of a program.
Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) Second Edition, is designed to train physicians, nurses, and midwives in contraceptive counseling, the advantages and disadvantages of the IUD.
This series of documents provides guidance for Program Managers and Health Providers on a variety of topics.
Pathfindings Number 4: Service Delivery-Based Training for Long Acting Family Planning Methods: Client/Provider Satisfaction Assessment
This paper describes the result of a survey conducted with 806 current LAFP users, 29 LAFP discontinuers, 42 CBRHAs who refer potential clients, 19 health care providers who deliver LAFPs, and 21 managers of facilities where such services are provided.
Service Delivery-Based Training for Long-Acting Family Planning Methods: Pathfinder International in Ethiopia
This paper describes Pathfinder's unique method of recruiting potential LAFP clients through community health workers and mobilizing them to attend training sessions.
Pathfinder's 2007 Annual Report, "A Tradition of Courage," celebrates Pathfinder's 50th anniversary by highlighting our history of pioneering and courageous work around the world.
Enhanced Access to Reproductive Health and Family Planning: Pathfinder International in Ethiopia 2002-2007
This piece documents Pathfinder's USAID-funded Reproductive Health and Family Planning project. Since its launch in 2002, the project has trained 10,000 community-based reproductive health agents in 6,315 villages.
Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV through Dried Blood Spot Tesing: Pathfinder International/Kenya's Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Project
Pathfinder/Kenya integrated dried blood spot testing for early infant diagnosis of HIV into its prevention of mother-to-child transmission project in August 2006.
The Fall 2007 issue of Pathfinder's Pathways.
This manual is designed to train physicians, nurses, and midwives in counseling and provision of emergency contraceptive pills.
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