Archive for: Pathfinder International


Multimedia overview of the HoPE-LVB project, which was a PHE project implemented by Pathfinder International from 2011–2019 in the Lake Victoria basin region of Kenya and Uganda.

Year: 2019

Source: Pathfinder International

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    In 2017, the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project (2011–present), with support from USAID, launched “Building Resilience through Strengthening and Integrating Reproductive Health and Family Planning in Niger” (RISE-FP) in the Sahel to integrate quality family planning (FP) programming into the RISE initiative.

    USAID solicited the project to integrate quality family planning programming into the 2014 RISE initiative, a groundbreaking initiative with multiple partners that focused on building the resilience of chronically vulnerable households in targeted agro-pastoral and marginal agriculture zones in Niger and Burkina Faso through economic empowerment, strengthening governance, and improving health and nutrition.

    As part of the RISE-FP project, E2A proposed to pilot and document an innovative FP and resilience intervention built on the concepts of integration and partnership between the health and non-health sectors. Although the intervention was relatively small in scale in comparison to that of E2A and RISE activities across the region, its significance is substantial.

    Year: 2020

    Source: Pathfinder International

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      This publication explores experience from phase one (2011-2014) of the HoPE-LVB project, and offers considerations for implementing a scalable, integrated PHE project.

      Year: 2015

      Source: Pathfinder International

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        This HoPE-LVB advocacy documentary produced by DevCom consultants explains the steps taken to achieve project outcomes from local, sub-national, national, regional, and global advocacy.

        Year: 2015

        Source: Pathfinder International

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          This brief discusses the Health of People and Environment—Lake Victoria Basin (HoPE–LVB) project’s experience with advocacy on Bussi & Jaguzi Islands, Uganda, and offers lessons for other implementers on how to lay the groundwork to sustain integrated PHE projects at the sub-national level.

          Year: 2016

          Source: Pathfinder International

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          This brief discusses the Health of People and Environment—Lake Victoria Basin (HoPE–LVB) project’s experience with advocacy in Homa Bay County, Kenya, and offers lessons for other implementers on how to lay the groundwork to sustain integrated PHE projects at the sub-national level.

          Year: 2016

          Source: Pathfinder International

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            This brief summarizes the results from the internal evaluation of Phases I and II of the HoPE-LVB project, implemented from 2011-2017.

            Year: 2018

            Source: Pathfinder International

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              This brief describes the strong advocacy component used by the HoPE-LVB project to ensure institutionalization and expansion of successfully tested approaches, particularly collaboration with the Lake Victoria Basin Commission as an institutional partner.

              Year: 2018

              Source: Pathfinder International

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                The HoPE-LVB Project project applied the ExpandNet/World Health Organization (WHO) systematic scaling-up approach of Beginning with the End in Mind to ensure successful institutionalization and expansion of the project. This brief provides lessons to implementers and donors on how institutionalization emerged as a critical pathway towards scale-up and sustainability of integrated programming.

                Year: 2018

                Source: Pathfinder International

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                A short film by the HoPE-LVB Project, implemented by Pathfinder International. In the film, Rosalida and Evans talk openly to their daughters, Mercy and Alice, about family planning, hygiene, and the environment. They also educate fellow fishermen and women on these topics.

                Year: 2018

                Source: Pathfinder International

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