PSI Research & Metrics Staff Profile

Olivier LeTouze
Deputy Director, Research & Metrics
Washington, DC

Olivier Letouze is Deputy Director of Research & Metrics. He ensures that PSI's research activities meet the needs of marketers and provides...

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Publications Catalogue

  1. The Sugar Daddy Syndrome: African Campaigns Battle Ingrained Phenomenon

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  2. Reaching Vulnerable Girls and Women through a Balanced and Targeted Approach

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  3. Declining HIV Gives Hope in Cambodia: Targeted Condom Promotion Credited for Fall in Prevalence

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  4. A New Kind of War: PSI Arms African Militaries Against AIDS

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  5. Reducing Multiple Concurrent Partnerships in Mozambique

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  6. Where There Are No ARVs: Basic Care and Prevention Kit Can Maintain Health of HIV-Positive

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  7. Taking It to the Streets: Reaching Truckers, Sex Workers, Rural Populations with Mobile VCT

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  8. Marketing HIV Counseling and Testing: Zimbabwe Program Expanded to 20 Countries

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  9. Family Planning Initiative Gives Romanian Factory Workers the Facts

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  10. Giving Families More Room To Breathe: Voluntary Birth Spacing Provides Health, Economic and Social Benefits

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  11. Zimbabwe's ProFam: Delivering Affordable Reproductive Health Options

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  12. Adolescent Health Project Makes Waves in Paraguay

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  13. Guinea: PSI Spearheads Nationwide FP Partnership HTML

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  14. Pakistan: A Green Star is Born: Social Marketing Family Planning Services

    Brief | 10.15.09

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  15. Pakistan: A Green Star is Born: Social Marketing Family Planning Services HTML

    Brief | 10.15.09

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