Our Presence in
For more than 20 years, PSI Mali has sought to increase access to sexual and reproductive health information and services (including the diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer); eliminate malaria across the country; treat and prevent the five neglected tropical diseases; implement hygiene and sanitation interventions and promote health products, services and healthy behaviors that support consumers to lead healthier lives. Since 2013, PSI Mali has set up and maintained a private clinic network called ProFam. This network counts 150+ clinics, with most associated with the “Grin,” a program that supports young Malians aged 15–24 to gain the knowledge and tools to make, and own, their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
In 2020 (*and parts of 2021), PSI Mali reached 19.39 million users through product distribution and service provision. This includes:
Long-Lasting Insecticide-Treated Nets (LLINs) distributed, reaching 13 million Malians.
Sexual and reproductive health services provided at over
private and public clinics
Sulfadoxine-Pyrimethamine + Amodiaquine (SPAQ) distributed for 2 million children under 5.
Facebook users reached through a COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance Awareness campaign to address vaccine hesitancy and increase uptake
Frontline health workers reached with COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment
liters of water treated for daily use. This includes 672,00 Aquatabs implemented.
Latrine slabs delivered.