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  1. Birth spacing ad from Pakistan

    TV ad encouraging spouses to talk to each other about birth spacing -- an important topic that's very difficult to talk about. Developed by USAID and PSI's network member Greenstar Social Marketing.

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  2. Super Bebe Micronutrient Powder TV Spot in Mozambique

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  3. Jeanine Nizigiyimana

    My name is Jeanine Nizigiyimana, and I am 32 years old. I live in Nyabagere, a neighborhood of Bujumbura city, Burundi, in a mud house with 11 family members – my husband, our three children, my sister and her two children, and four children from another sister. My sisters and I were born and...

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  4. PSI's Southern Africa Regional Platform Condom Social Marketing

    PSI has a new regional condom brand in Southern Africa. Check out this video describing how the new program works.

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  5. VPP in Uganda: Pooling Resources to Get Nets to People in Need

    Every 30 seconds, a child dies due to malaria. Worldwide, 3.3 billion people are at risk. In Uganda, the story is no different. Images courtesy of Trevor Snapp

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  6. A Day in the Life: Edgar and Club en Conexion

    19-year-old Edgar Anibal Miranda from Guatemala City is a peer educator with Club en Conexión, the youth program of PSI’s Central American affiliate, PASMO. Club en Conexión works to meet young people’s sexual and reproductive health needs by training motivated youth to become leaders and educators...

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  7. Ingrid Alvarado

    Ingrid Idalia Montes Alvarado, a 44-year-old mother of seven from a poor neighborhood in Guatemala City, had tried just about every family planning method. She used condoms and different forms of hormonal short-term contraceptives, but she experienced side effects each time. And each time, Ingrid...

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  8. Improving the Odds: One Mother’s Story

    Just a stone’s throw away from downtown Monrovia, in Liberia, sprawled against the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean, lies the slum community of West Point – home to more than 75,000 people.

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  9. TB in the Global Community

    After traveling to South Africa to work on a project about the TB epidemic in the country's gold mining community, David Rochkind began to realize that the disease does not merely affect the individual patients who have it, but also the families and communities where it is found. Moreover, it is a...

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  10. The Story of Barbra Pakamisa

    Barbra Pakamisa is a 23-year-old mother of three children from Mbare, Zimbabwe. Since it’s hard to provide for their children, Barbra and her husband decided to stop having kids. However, most contraceptive options were either too expensive or unavailable to her. Nearly 50 % of the total unmet need...

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  11. The Story of Kono Cecile

    Meet Kono Cecile, a 38-year-old migrant farmer and mother of four. Since she finds it hard to provide for all of her children, after the birth of her last child, Kono decided she didn’t want to have any more right now. Kono was one of the 20% of married women of reproductive age in Cameroon who...

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  12. The Story of Mariam Sangare

    Mariam Sangare, a 34-year-old from Mali, has already had 13 pregnancies, but only nine of her children have survived. She and her husband can’t afford to send any of their children to school, so after they had their last child, they decided to use family planning to prevent them from having more...

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  13. HIV and Concurrent Partnerships

    In Kenya, one behavior is playing a major role in the transmission of HIV: concurrent sexual partnerships. PSI and the Government of Kenya address this issue head-on through a groundbreaking communications campaign.

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  14. Scaling Up Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention

    Male circumcision is a cost-effective procedure that reduces the risk of HIV infection in men by 60%. At scale, MC programs can play a major role in reducing the spread of HIV.

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  15. Aggie Phiri

    You won’t find many hospitals in rural Zambia, but you will find women like Agnes Phiri Nkhunika. Aggie, for short, is a midwife for Society for Family Health (SFH), PSI's affiliate in Zambia. Her passion for improving women’s health takes her to the far reaches of Zambia’s eastern province. With...

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