Madagascar

Our Presence in
Madagascar

PSI Madagascar

PSI Madagascar was founded in 1998 to reach consumers with essential health products, services and information. Since then, PSI Madagascar’s activities have expanded to include programs focused on child survival, malaria, sexual and reproductive health and rights and HIV/TB—all with the consumer at the center. PSI Madagascar works to optimize health systems and facilitate quality integrated care networks to ensure a continuum of quality, consumer-powered health services.

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 2020, PSI Madagascar:

11.69

million consumers reached with health services

35.98

million products and services delivered

Featured Projects

Response for HIV and for Sexually Transmitted Infections in Madagascar

Donor: Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

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Support for International Family Planning Organizations (SIFPO2)

Donor: USAID

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New Funding Model 2 Malaria: Progressive Elimination of Malaria in Madagascar

Donor: Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

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PMI Impact Malaria

Donor: US President’s Malaria Initiative

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PMI VectorLink

Donor: US President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI)

Project Lead: Abt Associates

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Our
Leadership

Freddy Lokossa

Freddy Lokossa

Deputy Country Representative PSI Madagascar
Daniel Crapper

Daniel Crapper

Country Representative PSI Madagascar

Latest
Updates

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Digital platforms can increase COVAX uptake. We explain.

How PSI is driving global behavior change for COVID-19 prevention and vaccine uptake using Facebook.

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PSI is Bringing Sexy Back

PSI is bringing sexy back to sexual health by incorporating pleasure-forward content into its programming and taking it one step further by conducting quantitative and qualitative research to contribute to the growing body of evidence on the impact of sex-positive content.

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Pakistan’s Hackathon for Reproductive Health

On Aug. 6, 2021, PSI Pakistan launched the SRH hackathon, shortlisting 45 teams of the 300 submissions received. The resulting winner – young leader Laraib Abid – pitched Bridge the Gap, a free, user-friendly mobile application that consists of information on contraceptive methods for both men and women, geo-fencing of free clinics and corresponding tele-health phone numbers and a “life skills” toolkit.

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It’s never too early to build strong mixed health systems

How and when can we support countries to advance toward Universal Health Coverage (UHC)? Our work in Somalia and Somaliland presents applicable learnings that can inform how we — across countries and contexts — can build the foundation needed to progress toward UHC.

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A group of people in Myanmar

Q&A: Making Health a Community Affair

We speak with Dr. Khin Swe Swe, Executive Director of Lan Pya Kyel (LPK) in Myanmar.

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Your Vote Could Mean Additional Funding for PSI

Peter Singer, with the support of The Life You Can Save, the effective giving organization he founded, will be donating a portion of prize funding to The Life You Can Save’s charities.
Want to help determine which organizations receive funding? Vote for Population Services International here.

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