Mobile Application

These videos were produced to be used on a mobile phone, as part of the Gyan Jyoti project of Project Ujjwal.  The videos are shown to couples by community health workers, called ASHAs, and are used as a discussion starter for talking about the use of modern family planning.

CycleTel Humsafar is an SMS-based services to help couples avoid unwanted pregnancy. It is based on the Standard Days Method®. is a series of 65 educational short message service

From September 2013 to June 2014, with support from USAID, Pathfinder implemented the mCenas! project (“Mobile Scenes” in English)—an interactive two way SMS system in Mozambique, accessible at no cost to clients. The goal of mCenas!

From September 2013 to June 2014, with support from USAID, Pathfinder International implemented the mCenas! (“Mobile Scenes”) project in Mozambique—an interactive two-way SMS system, accessible at no cost to clients. The goal of mCenas! was to reduce the barriers youth face in starting or continuing to use contraception by increasing their knowledge of and dispelling common myths about contraceptive methods.

Intersexions is an award-winning television series that shows how the inter-relationships between sexual partners enable HIV to spread insidiously across society. Episode by episode, Intersexions systematically fills in another link in the sexual network which spreads and doubles back on itself, introducing new characters and occasionally revisiting familiar ones.

HealthPhone™ is a personal video reference library and guide to better health and nutrition practices, for families and communities, including the illiterate, in their language, distributed on mobile phones.

This campaign reaches out to young people in Kenya with awareness and prevention information on HIV/AIDS. The HIV Prevention effort includes the MTV premiere of "Shuga," a fast-moving drama that focuses on the lives of several young adults and university students as they confront the realities of love, jobs, and their families.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) developed Testing Makes Us Stronger for black gay and bisexual men with input from black gay and bisexual men across the country. The goal of this national campaign is to promote HIV testing among black gay and bisexual men.

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