In Bangladesh, PSI works with a consortium of partners led by Chemonics to transform maternal and child health clinics across the country into a sustainable social enterprise that provides millions of people with quality primary care and a pathway to universal health coverage.
Our Presence in
In 1974, PSI established Social Marketing Company, Bangladesh (SMC) under an agreement with the government of Bangladesh and USAID to launch a social marketing campaign for sexual and reproductive health. In 1990, SMC became an independent nonprofit private limited company and has become a successful social enterprise, which PSI Bangladesh continues to partner with through technical support.
In 2018, PSI opened a liaison office in Bangladesh to implement the Advancing Universal Health Coverage project led by Chemonics.
We Focus On
In 2018, PSI reached over 10.6 million people with modern contraceptives, including:
Universal health coverage is a key priority for Bangladesh, so PSI is working with a consortium led by Chemonics to turn a nationwide network of maternal and child health clinics into a sustainable enterprise that expands health services for everyone in Bangladesh: women, children, and beyond. As a social enterprise, this network of clinics will increase the sustainability of primary healthcare across the country.