Social franchising puts high-quality healthcare within the reach of people in need around the world.
As an evidence-based model, social franchising delivers equitable healthcare to low-income and vulnerable populations through cost-effective delivery mechanisms at scale. This report showcases results from four studies led by researchers from PSI, the University of California, San Francisco, and Johns Hopkins University. It demonstrates how social franchises–like PSI/Myanmar’s Sun Quality Network–improve service delivery and health outcomes.
- Populations Served
- General Population
- Health Areas
- Child Health, Contraception, Diarrheal Disease, HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections, Malaria, Pneumonia, Respiratory Illness, Tuberculosis, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
- Franchising for Health
- Resource Types
- Reports and Briefs