Shake Shack. Subway. McDonald’s. Starbucks. Love them or hate them, corporate chains are everywhere. And most of the time, they produce a reliable product day in and day out. Chains have figured out how to replicate their models across many local contexts, often at a rapid pace. The social sector has taken note of that […]
AN innovative mechanism geared to improve quality health service delivery in private sector facilities has started bearing fruits in the country as its demand increases. The PSI Head of Government and Media Relations, Ms Fauziyat Abood, told ‘the Daily News’ that since the launching of the ‘Familia’ social franchising branding of health services in 2009, […]
Since the early sixties the people of Myanmar lived under various forms of military rule. Health indicators stagnated at low levels, and progress towards development was slow. There was little investment by the government in health services, so people bore 80% of the costs of their health services and turned to a range of private […]
The Procter & Gamble Company : USAID and P&G Kick Off Global Development Alliance to Improve Health in MyanmarFebruary 28, 2014
Administrator Shah yesterday helped deliver the first liter of clean drinking water under the Global Development Alliance (GDA) between the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and Procter & Gamble (P&G) to improve health in this country. This milestone first liter, which marks the launch of the partnership, was delivered at a community in North […]
Population Services International (PSI) has been operating as an international NGO for the last 25 years. Last week it officially launched a new organisation titled Population Services Kenya. Read the full article on The Star.
No data exists about the number of women who work in the “grey area” of Burma’s sex industry, such as karaoke lounges and massage parlours. Yet even the most casual of observers cannot fail to notice the multitude of neon signs advertising “KTV” in virtually every metropolitan area across the country. Read the full article […]