Uganda

Our Presence in
Uganda

PSI Uganda

PSI GLOBAL OFFICE

PSI Uganda, re-established in 2017, complements the efforts of the Ministry of Health in Uganda in the areas of sexual and reproductive health and maternal and child health. Using PSI’s market development approach and targeted social behavior change, PSI Uganda works to shape the health market and strengthen the public and private health sector across the country. 

 

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PACE

PSI INDEPENDENT NETWORK MEMBER

Established in 2009, PSI independent network member and local Ugandan organization, the Programme for Accessible Health and Communication (PACE), complements the Government of Uganda efforts in the areas of maternal health, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Using targeted social behavior change, PACE works to link people to care and influence policies to improve the health market for Ugandan consumers.

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How we
work

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Consumer
Led

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Market Development

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Program
Design

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Social
Enterprise

Our
Impact

In 2020, PSI Uganda and PACE:

304,538

consumers with health services and products

2.8 million

Trust condoms sold through the private sector

11,656

IUDs sold through the private sector

Featured Projects

Four Considerations when Developing National Self-Care Guidelines

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Promoting Self-Care for Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nigeria and Uganda During COVID-19

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Tunza Social Enterprise

Donor: Sonja Hoel Perkins, Maverick Collective Member

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Saving Lives at Birth

Donor: Sara Ojjeh, Maverick Collective Founding Member

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Post-Distribution Check-Up

Donor: Malaria Consortium

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Our
Leadership

Phellister Nakamya

Executive Director PACE Uganda

Latest
Updates

Discover what's happening at PSI

What’s the vision for success for self-care in Uganda?

This Q&A highlights the progress and benefits of advancing self-care for SRHR in Uganda.

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Businesses can benefit from embracing WASH. Here’s how.

This piece was originally featured on the Devex site. By Sherina Munyana, CEO, Sanitation Solutions Group and John Sauer, WASH Senior Technical Advisor, PSI By 2030, global

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What Women Want: Examining Power and Agency within Self-Injectables

This piece was originally featured on the Delivering Innovation in Self-Care (DISC) blog. By Alexandrina Nakanwagi, DISC Project Lead “It starts with yourself.”—Mom, Kaduna Women have

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Drug shop owner Donata Kamulanzi, left, sells a Mama kit to expectant mother Betty Nakisitu in Kansambya, Mubende

Drug shops: Bringing access and choice closer to women in Uganda

This piece was originally featured on the DISC blog. By Precious Mutoru, PSI Uganda Advocacy and Partnerships Coordinator and Rahmah Namaganda, DISC Project Coordinator Today,

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SELF-CARE: FOR YOUTH, BY YOUTH

This piece was originally featured on the Self-care Trailblazer Group blog. With more than 1 billion youth—people between the ages of 15 and 24— around

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Looking to the private sector to accelerate the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out: all hands on deck for equitable delivery

This piece was originally published on the Health Systems Governance Collaborative site. By Anna Cocozza, WHO, Barbara O’Hanlon, Independent Consultant, Aurélie Paviza, WHO, and Meru

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