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PATH Program

Sexual & Reproductive Health

We work to improve the sexual and reproductive health and well-being of women and girls by harnessing the power of innovation. PATH designs and evaluates products and programs that empower women to take charge of their health and provides evidenced-based approaches to meet the reproductive health needs of current and future generations.

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36 Articles
36 Articles
36 Articles
  1. DMPA-SC Evidence to Practice 2019 workshop participants
    February 21, 2020

    DMPA-SC Evidence to Practice: Increasing access, empowering women

    PATH and the DMPA-SC Access Collaborative have hosted the Evidence to Practice workshops, a series of global learning and exchange opportunities, since 2018.

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    November 11, 2019

    Thermal ablation offers new hope for cervical cancer prevention

    Imagine you need treatment for cervical precancer.

  3. A woman in Uganda learns how to self-administer injectable contraception with support from a community health worker. Photo: PATH/Will Boase.
    November 1, 2019

    Learning from the experts: first-hand perspectives on self-care in Uganda

    Women in Uganda trying contraceptive self-injection for the first time share invaluable perspectives on practicing self-care for sexual and reproductive health.

  4. RG451934-edit-2000px.jpg Tanzania healthcare workers working on mobile digital devices. Photo: PATH (BID/digital health via Hallie)
    August 30, 2019

    The key to better primary health care? Human-centered design

    Human-centered design is an approach to problem-solving that puts people first. Their needs, their constraints, their contexts and their perspectives. It focuses on users—not necessarily what designers, researchers, or others think users need.

  5. Phiona Nakabuye (left), a village health worker trained by PATH's Sayana® Press pilot program, with Carol Nabisere (right), age 18, who chose to receive Sayana® Press after being counseled in the various forms of contraception. Uganda. PATH/Will Boase.
    May 29, 2019

    Three shocking inequities in women’s health—and what we’re doing to change them

    Advances in medicine are improving women’s health worldwide, but the inequities between different countries, communities, and peoples remains outrageous and immoral. Learn how PATH is closing the gaps.

  6. Minzayar Oo
    April 9, 2019

    Myanmar’s push for sexual and reproductive health and rights

    PATH is part of the home-grown push in Myanmar to accelerate efforts around sexual and reproductive health and rights. Over the past few years, PATH has paved the way for policy reform and guidelines and is now looking to implement a new national policy and make it a reality.

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