Mozambique

In Mozambique, we collaborate with our consumers to develop and scale health products and services that transform access and quality, especially for sexual and reproductive health.  

PSI Mozambique
Av. 25 De Setembro, Prédio JAT I, 3º Andar, Maputo Mozambique

Phone: + 25821421881
generalinfo@psi.org.mz

Our Presence in
Mozambique

PSI Mozambique

Established in 1995, in partnership with the Government of Mozambique and international donors such as the Royal Netherlands Embassy, DFID, USAID, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) and other private foundations, PSI Mozambique has implemented social marketing and behavior change communications to deliver prevention and treatment products and services across a range of health areas including sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, malaria, water, sanitation, hygiene and cervical cancer.

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 2018, PSI added over 400,000 years of healthy life with its products and services, which include:

315,000

years of protection from unintended pregnancy provided for Mozambican couples

Practice Areas
We Focus On

To generate catalytic models that can transform information, access and uptake of sexual and reproductive health services, PSI Mozambique builds client-centered demand creation and service delivery models to scale within PSI’s work—as well as inspire our partners and network members to replicate these models as needed. 

PSI Mozambique builds upon national commitment and momentum towards adolescent sexual and reproductive health solutions. We bring the consumer’s voice to the fore using nationally televised mini-series like “Aquele Papo,” or community-level dialogue with sexual partners, parents and community leaders. PSI aims to amplify the voices of those seeking information and service. 

PSI Mozambique manages the country’s leading condom brand, JEITO. JEITO is positioned as a fun, energetic brand that embodies world class marketing and quality standards. Through partnerships with national distributors, JEITO continues to be the most preferred and widely used and available condom in Mozambique.

Featured Projects

Vale-a-Pena

Donor: UK Aid (UK Department for International Development)

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Support for International Family Planning Organizations (SIFPO2)

Donor: USAID

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Social Marketing for Health

Donor: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

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PEER: Evaluating innovative technologies and approaches to addressing cervical cancer in the Republic of Mozambique

Donor: USAID and the National Academies of Science

Project Lead: MD Anderson Cancer Center

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PMI VectorLink

Donor: US President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI)

Project Lead: Abt Associates

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Project Ignite

Donor: Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

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Our
Leadership

Latest
Updates

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Donato Gulino Joins Forces with PSI Mozambique

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Adaptation. Sustainability. eLearning.

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4 Lessons on Training Providers in a Pandemic

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From Half a Million Deaths to Zero: Cervical Cancer Screening in Mozambique

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Informed Choice for Mozambican Girls

This piece is a part of A360’s replication series on the UK Aid-funded Vale-a-Pena project. With and for young people, Vale-a-Pena is proving the power

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Taking “The Talk” to the Big Screen

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