Funded Initiatives for Pathfinder International

Initiative Contributions for Pathfinder International

#IndicatorContributionDescriptionFiscal Year
1Increased demand for FP services (EWEC2011)Trainings• Trained over 500 VHTs in STM in districts of Amuria, Kyegegwa, Kibaale, Mayuge, Alebtong and 49 VHTS in Wakiso at the Island in the use of STM esp Sayana Press and Depo provera • Through the HoPE-LVB project, increasing access to family planning and sexual and reproductive health to improve maternal and child health in project communities while reducing threats to biodiversity conservation and ecosystem degradation in the Lake Victoria 2014/2015
2Increased demand for FP services (EWEC2011)Improve access Quality and Availability• trained over 500 VHTs in short term methods (sayana press and Depo provera) in Amuria, Kyegegwa, Kibaale, Mayuge, Albetong and 49 VHTs in Wakiso district at the Island. • Pathfinder is also increasing access to the FP supplies through the Health and Population Environment -Lake Victoria Basin (HoPE-LVB) project, improving maternal and child health in communities in partnership with E2A. • Building capacity of 7 selected CBOs in 7 districts advocating and strengthening community referral systems and promoting service delivery at the Health facilities in integrating PMTCT into HIV/AIDS services and programs • Under the Evidence to Action (E2A project) strengthen FP and Reproductive Health services addressing the reproductive healthcare needs of girls, women, and under-served communities around the world by increasing support, building evidence, and leading the scale-up of best practices that improve family planning services 2015/2016

Detail

NamePathfinder International
DescriptionPathfinder International works in Uganda on a range of health issues like maternal health to HIV and AIDS with special focus on family planning and youth. Our programs have evolved over the years, strengthening community-based organizations and Uganda’s health systems to ensure women, men, and young people can access the essential sexual and reproductive health services they need. Pathfinder uses the collaborative approach to address Uganda’s greatest needs with positive results.
Added On2015-08-10 23:56:22