In Angola, we work closely with the government and private sector to improve the quality of health services and accelerate the market, especially for sexual and reproductive health, malaria and access to safe water.
Our Presence in
PSI Angola was established in 2000 to work on HIV/AIDS prevention and in 2004 broadened its scope to include malaria and diarrheal disease prevention. In coordination with the Angolan Ministry of Health and many other partners, PSI Angola is increasing access to essential health commodities and implementing targeted behavior change communications. By leveraging commercial and community distribution channels, PSI/Angola leverages commercial and community distribution channels to complement public sector distribution efforts and increase health coverage levels.
In 2018, PSI Angola added 946,134 healthy lives with its products and services, which include:
contraceptive implants distributed
oral contraceptives distributed
emergency contraceptive pills sold
long lasting insecticide nets distributed
We Focus On
To provide comprehensive and quality health services, PSI Angola uses capacity building and social behavior change to expand health care services at provincial and municipal levels. We work with the Angolan government to plan, fund and monitor the provision of quality health services.
PSI Angola runs the first sexual & reproductive health project in Angola that works with the private sector. We focus on social and behavior change campaigns using social media and work to expand the menu of contraceptive products and services available to consumers at affordable prices.