Other Resource

PSI and MSI Launch Social Franchising eLearning Course

publication | 08.21.14

PSI and MSI Launch Social Franchising eLearning Course | 08.21.14

Increasingly, non-profit organizations like Population Services International (PSI) and Marie Stopes International (MSI) are applying commercial franchising strategies—like those employed by McDonald’s and Subway Sandwiches—to improve health in developing countries. Social franchising unites healthcare facilities and providers in a network with a common brand, strict quality standards, and specified health services at affordable prices. With years of experience behind them, PSI and MSI are the two leading organizations in franchising for health.


Related content by category
Type: Other Resource

Brands that save lives: How social franchising saves lives before, during, and immediately after birth

publication | 07.23.14

Brands that save lives: How social franchising saves lives before, during, and immediately after birth | 07.23.14

Expanding choice and access to contraceptives, especially long-acting reversible (LARC) and permanent methods (PM), is one of the best ways to prevent infant, early childhood, and maternal deaths. The right tools let women and their families plan ahead and have children at times in their lives when they are prepared for the entire experience, from pregnancy through early childhood.


Related content by category
Health Areas: Reproductive Health
Type: Other Resource
Behavior Type: Implants, IUDs

Using private investor capital to increase NGO impact: a framework and key considerations to facilitate engagement

publication | 06.30.14

Using private investor capital to increase NGO impact: a framework and key considerations to facilitate engagement | 06.30.14

Private Sector Healthcare - Myanmar: Evidence from the 'Sun' Social Franchise

publication | 06.21.13

Private Sector Healthcare - Myanmar: Evidence from the 'Sun' Social Franchise | 06.21.13

Healthy Lives: Superheroes Protect Angolan Children

publication | 12.28.10

Healthy Lives: Superheroes Protect Angolan Children | 12.28.10

Social Marketing Evidence Base: Why PSI Uses Social Marketing

publication | 03.01.11

Social Marketing Evidence Base: Why PSI Uses Social Marketing | 03.01.11

This document presents an evidence base for social marketing by highlighting the success of social marketing projects in improving the health of poor and vulnerable populations around the world. It is divided into four main sections by health area:

1. Malaria – covering the social marketing of insecticidal bed nets, artemisinin-based combination therapy, and rapid diagnostic tests;
2. HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases – covering the social marketing of condoms, counseling and testing services, and adult male circumcision;


Related content by category
Type: Other Resource

PSI Data Use and Authorship Policies

publication | 09.06.12

PSI Data Use and Authorship Policies | 09.06.12

To read PSI's data use and authorship policies, please refer to the documents above.

If you would like to request PSI data for analysis, research reports, manuscripts and/or conference presentations or other materials, please complete this online form.


Related content by category
Type: Other Resource

Syndicate content