Manfoosa initiated a dialogue on sexual health through youth empowerment programs in Balochistan.
Hirut fights to ensure that the Ethiopian judiciary protects the rights of all without gender bias.
Yohannes' holistic approach to population issues inspired youth development programs in RH.
Zemi mobilizes young and uninspired commercial sex workers to train at her Niana School of Beauty.
Murari assembled and empowered a critical mass of leaders to network for a shared vision in adolescent RH.
Hari Shankar pioneered community centered health and sanitation initiatives in the Hazaribagh villages.
Varun Kumar documents best programmatic practices in adolescent RH using educational videos.
Dr. Dwivedy educates India's tribal adolescents on child-marriage and enables them to take charge.
Dr. Raja's family strife inspired him to transform awareness and demystify sexual health issues.
Mustapha's economic empowerment project enables underserved women to establish independence.
Gidado established a micro-loan project to provide poor women with emergency obstetric treatment.
Ladi Wayi discusses the impact of leadership training on sex workers' attitudes toward RH.
Sarah's organization, Pahchann, addresses the sexual exploitation of Pakistan's street children.
Dr. Mohammad's disaster response strategies aid women's physical and psychological health in times of crisis.
Zafar Dehraj led relief efforts to address maternal and sexual health in Pakistan's fatal floods of 2010.
These doctors conducted a nationwide survey among OB-GYN practitioners who now advocate for RH.
Chi founded the Cine-Inde Film Festival to showcase talented work by local artists in social justice.
Obet's social activism led him to work with future leaders in national development organizations.
Mayor Bernales' environment and population development integration improves life in Ubay.
Fekerte implements programs that expand reproductive health education and services for communities in Ethiopia.
Smita and her organization, the Mahila Samakhya program, work to empower women and give them the support they need to gain equality within their communities.
Cecille's dedication and wealth of experience in the advocacy of adolescent development has made a tremendous impact on youth in the Philippines.
Aminu Gamawa is partnering with progressive Islamic leaders to help save the lives of women.
During the final year of the LDM program a participatory evaluation was conducted to look at inputs and outcomes since 2006 when the program was re-designed. The purpose of the evaluation was to explore the impact of the program on individual, organization, community and system level changes around family planning and reproductive health in the five focus countries.
The Leadership Development for Mobilizing Reproductive Health (LDM) program supported leadership development opportunities for reproductive health leaders who lived and worked in the poorest regions of Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, Pakistan and the Philippines.
The vision of LDM was a critical mass of diverse leaders, working individually and collectively, to affect systemic changes that improve reproductive health options and overall quality of life, especially for vulnerable populations.