Côte d'Ivoire

Côte d’Ivoire

In Côte d’Ivoire, PSI works with clients to develop and accelerate the health market so they have a diverse array of solutions for their needs. 

II Plateaux, 7eme tranche,
Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

Phone: + 2252527510
info@psici.org

Our Presence in
Côte d’Ivoire

PSI Côte d’Ivoire

PSI Côte d’Ivoire (PSI CI) is a fully incorporated branch office of PSI and is a regional hub for PSI’s network members in Francophone West Africa.

How we
work

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Consumer
Led

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Market Development

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Program
Design

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Social
Enterprise

Our
Impact

In 2019, PSI Côte d'Ivoire has provided 104,526 years of healthy life for Ivorians, including:

45,594

users reached with modern contraceptives

134,214

years of protection from unintended pregnancy provided for Ivorian couples

14,506

clients reached with quality toilets

5,342

people reached with HIV testing services

Practice Areas
We Focus On

In 2018, PSI reached over 10.6 million people with modern contraceptives, including:

PSI’s Sanitation Service Delivery program serves as a market catalyst to identify and address conditions that prohibit and facilitate the growth of local markets for sanitation. The program puts customers—landlords and their tenants—at the center of strategy and action, with donor funding used as a catalytic investment to develop a thriving marketplace. 

PSI Côte d’Ivoire reinforces the military health system so that it can provide testing, care and treatment services to all military personnel and their families, with a priority placed on sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services for youth. Ultimately, PSI Cote d’Ivoire’s goal is to provide quality SRH services and reduce maternal mortality and morbidity, so PSI CI works to increase providers’ capacity to offer all contraceptive methods, including long-acting reversible contraception, as well as attend to their patients’ post-abortion care needs without prejudice. Digital channels support the creation of demand for SRH services among youth.

PMI Impact Malaria works with the national malaria control program to fight malaria and save lives by strengthening the diagnosis, treatment, and drug-based prevention of malaria, especially for children and pregnant women. In Cote d’Ivoire, the program focuses on integrated case management at the community level as well as case management for malaria in pregnancy at health facilities.

Featured Projects

PMI Impact Malaria

Donor: US President’s Malaria Initiative

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Project Ignite

Donor: Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

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Our
Leadership

Marie Fedra Baptiste

Country Representative PSI Côte d’Ivoire

Latest
Updates

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