Our Presence in

PSI Cambodia

PSI Cambodia works to improve health outcomes for Cambodians through interventions that includes provider and consumer behavior change programs and quality assurance for health services across the public and private sector. 

PSI Cambodia was established in 1993 when it launched a social marketing campaign for Number One condoms, a brand that still has a significant share of Cambodia’s condom market. Since then, PSI Cambodia’s programs have expanded to include sexual and reproductive health; malaria prevention and treatment; HIV prevention; child survival; water, sanitation and hygiene; tuberculosis and nutrition. In many of its programs, PSI Cambodia collaborates with the Royal Government of Cambodia to improve the health of low-income and vulnerable Cambodians using affordable, market-driven solutions. 

How we

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In 2020, PSI provided 203,367 years of healthy life for Cambodians, including:


years of protection from unintended pregnancy for Cambodian couples


users reached with modern contraception


million condoms distributed

Featured Projects

Regional Artemisinin Initiative 2 Elimination (RAI2E)

Donor: Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Project Lead: UNOPS

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Support for International Family Planning Organizations (SIFPO2)

Donor: USAID

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PMI Impact Malaria

Donor: US President’s Malaria Initiative

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Enhancing Quality of Healthcare Activity (EQHA)

Donor: USAID

Project Lead: FHI360

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Socheat Chi

Socheat Chi

Executive Director PSI Cambodia

Monorom Pen

Deputy Country Director, Operations PSI Cambodia


Discover what's happening at PSI

Integrating Private Providers Into Malaria Elimination Efforts

Vietnam and other countries in the GMS region have set a goal to eliminate malaria by 2030. While possible, it will take commitment, coordination, and creativity to make this a reality. Throughout its implementation, the GEMS+ program has strengthened commitments from national governments, achieved coordination between the public and private sectors and introduced creativity through innovations in digitization.

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Getting to Zero Malaria Starts with Building Stronger Health Systems

No single tool available today will solve the problem of malaria. Reducing malaria case incidence and mortality risk by 90 percent globally by 2030 will require new approaches and greatly intensified efforts, aided by new tools and the better implementation of existing ones.

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4 Ways to Build Contraceptive Demand in Cambodia

By Fiona Mills, Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Consultant, PSI Cambodia, Dr. Kheng Heng, SRH Director, PSI Cambodia, Shirine Mohagheghpour, Senior Technical Advisor – Service Delivery, PSI In 2014, 18 percent of

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Local Insights Help Improve Family Planning Tools in Rural Cambodia

By Kate Whitener, Knowledge Management and Communications Fellow, PSI Cambodia, Kayla Mardin, Program Coordinator, LAC, Emma Halper, Associate Program Manager, LAC/Asia and Yarat Un, External Relations and CC Manager, PSI Cambodia  In rural

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Bringing Healthcare Up to Par for TB Patients in Cambodia

By Uom Im, EQHA Provincial Quality Improvement Coordinator, PSI Cambodia and Hatha Pich, EQHA Provincial Quality Improvement Coordinator, PSI Cambodia For Cambodians, quality healthcare can

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A Collaborative for Healthcare Improvement in Cambodia

By Yarat Un, External Relations and CC Manager, PSI Cambodia, Uom Im, EQHA Provincial Quality Improvement Coordinator, PSI Cambodia and Hatha Pich, EQHA Provincial Quality

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