DREAMS COME TRUE
Project Dreams equips young people – especially those most at risk for HIV and unplanned pregnancies— to generate income run their own businesses and take charge of their lives.
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The Next Chapter
After four years of leading A360 from pilot to implementation, Matthew Wilson reflects on why it’s now time to hand over PSI’s flagship youth project to someone with deep health systems strengthening experience.
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Picture a zero malaria world
How can health systems strengthening help to get us all closer to ending malaria?
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Using our global presence and more than 50 years of experience to tackle the health challenges affecting people around the world.

Our
Practice Areas

We approach care from the consumers’ perspective, improve the market for products and services, and develop solutions that are affordable, convenient and effective, to help make universal health coverage more of a reality.

PSI looks at all programming through the lens of gender, including the impact that violence has on access to health services.

Consumer Powered
Healthcare

Not only are we helping to build sustainable solutions for the world’s most serious health issues, but we’re also creating a healthcare experience that treats beneficiaries like consumers—starting with putting more care and control directly in consumers’ hands. We believe consumer-powered healthcare results in better healthcare.

And, we’re making some bold commitments to help reimagine healthcare.

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Put more care and control in consumers’ hands

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02

Revolutionize the way adolescents access contraception

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03

Improve primary care networks

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04

Unlock domestic financing

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Infrequent sex is one big reason why women aren’t using contraception

As research shows: among never-married women, infrequent sex ranks as one of the most common reasons for not using contraception. We sat with Gilda Sedgh, a Sexual and Reproductive Health Research Scientist, to explore the evidence – and where we go from here.

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Viewpoints on Localization – Three INGOs and USAID

VIEWPOINTS ON LOCALIZATION – THREE INGOS AND USAID

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A group of people in Myanmar

PSI Myanmar’s localization journey – switching gears while setting up two new enterprises 

This is the story of how and why PSI Myanmar set up two enterprises and went from being one of the biggest NGOs in the

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The Localization Saga: Chapter 53

PSI’s “locally-rooted globally connected” network of development actors provide an agile approach to solving tough challenges in tough environments.

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7 Myths Surrounding Contraception – Busted! 

Adolescents encounter many obstacles to safe sex and pregnancy prevention. Along with issues of access, cost, fear of side effects, compromised privacy and confidentiality, bias of providers, and socio-cultural and religious concerns – there are myths and misconceptions to contraceptive use.

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Lan Pya Kyel – Providing Healthcare and Safe Spaces for Sex Worker, Gay, and Transgender Communities in Myanmar

The Lan Pya Kyel centers in Myanmar are both clinics and community spaces, offering HIV prevention and treatment services for gay men, transgender people and female sex workers.

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Infrequent sex is one big reason why women aren’t using contraception

As research shows: among never-married women, infrequent sex ranks as one of the most common reasons for not using contraception. We sat with Gilda Sedgh, a Sexual and Reproductive Health Research Scientist, to explore the evidence – and where we go from here.

+ Read More

Viewpoints on Localization – Three INGOs and USAID

VIEWPOINTS ON LOCALIZATION – THREE INGOS AND USAID

+ Read More
A group of people in Myanmar

PSI Myanmar’s localization journey – switching gears while setting up two new enterprises 

This is the story of how and why PSI Myanmar set up two enterprises and went from being one of the biggest NGOs in the

+ Read More

The Localization Saga: Chapter 53

PSI’s “locally-rooted globally connected” network of development actors provide an agile approach to solving tough challenges in tough environments.

+ Read More

7 Myths Surrounding Contraception – Busted! 

Adolescents encounter many obstacles to safe sex and pregnancy prevention. Along with issues of access, cost, fear of side effects, compromised privacy and confidentiality, bias of providers, and socio-cultural and religious concerns – there are myths and misconceptions to contraceptive use.

+ Read More

Lan Pya Kyel – Providing Healthcare and Safe Spaces for Sex Worker, Gay, and Transgender Communities in Myanmar

The Lan Pya Kyel centers in Myanmar are both clinics and community spaces, offering HIV prevention and treatment services for gay men, transgender people and female sex workers.

+ Read More

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