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

HIV self-testing

CLIENT-CENTERED APPROACHES TRANSFORM ACCESS TO HIV SERVICES. HERE’S HOW.

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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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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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A group of people in Myanmar

The Localization Saga: Chapter 53

PSI’s “locally-rooted globally connected” network of development actors provide an agile approach to solving tough challenges in tough environments.

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7 Myths Surrounding Contraception – Busted! 

Adolescents encounter many obstacles to safe sex and pregnancy prevention. Along with issues of access, cost, fear of side effects, compromised privacy and confidentiality, bias of providers, and socio-cultural and religious concerns – there are myths and misconceptions to contraceptive use.

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Siphiwe’s Story: DREAMS Come True

Discover how DREAMS programming is equipping AGYW with the tools to generate income & build the confidence to run their own businesses.

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Informed and Determined: Young People in Rural Benin Command the Airwaves to Talk About Sex

Discover how young leaders in Kandi, northern Benin, organized an interactive radio program to share sexual and reproductive health information with their community.

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The Next Chapter

On his final day with the project, A360 Project Director Matthew Wilson shares his reflections & insights from the last four years.

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Case Study: Strengthening National Malaria Control Programs

Malaria prevention and treatment services are a critical component of national health systems in endemic areas. But too many people don’t have reliable access to that care. Explore how PSI is working to close this gap.

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