Eswatini

PSI ESwatini promotes products, services and healthy behaviors that enable Swati people to lead healthier and more productive lives. We put the power to know one’s own HIV status directly in the hands of our clients and link them to HIV prevention and treatment services.   

Our Presence in
Eswatini

PSI Eswatini

Established in 2001, PSI Eswatini works in cooperation with governments, partners, and other key stakeholders across the public and private sector to deliver high-quality HIV and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) programs. We integrate social behavior change interventions with service delivery programs that equip consumers to take their health choices into their hands. We provide SRH clinical services through community outreach and provide sustainable solutions through HIV epidemic control. Our social marketing program focuses on condoms through a flagship brand called “Got it? Get it” which provides condom education and access for young people. Today, PSI Eswatini supports the Government of Eswatini to drive COVID-19 vaccine uptake through digital and social behavior change strategies.

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

Since 2017, PSI Eswatini has:

Provided

132,000

HIV tests

Distributed

67,690,000

condoms

Identified

14,764

New cases of people living with HIV

Featured Projects

Support for International Family Planning Organizations (SIFPO2)

Donor: USAID

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Linkage to Treatment to Optimize Response for Epidemic Control (SCORE)

Donor: US Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

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Integrating diabetes and HIV services in Eswatini

Donor: World Diabetes Foundation

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HIV Self-Testing Africa (STAR) Initiative

Donor: Unitaid

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Our
Leadership

Dr. Endale Tilahun

Dr. Endale Tilahun

Country Representative PSI Eswatini

Latest
Updates

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