Nepal

Our Presence in
Nepal

PSI Nepal

Launched in 2002, PSI Nepal works alongside the Government of Nepal, the private sector and local and international organizations to deliver health solutions – at scale. Currently, PSI Nepal’s portfolio includes sexual and reproductive health, maternal and newborn health and hygiene and sanitation programs.

How we
work

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Asset 17

Consumer
Led

02
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Market Development

03

Program
Design

04
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Social
Enterprise

Our
Impact

From January through August 2021, PSI Nepal:

27,696

users reached with modern contraception

97,415

safe abortions provided

Featured Projects

Increasing Family Planning Services among Adolescents (Adolescent Youth Project)

Donor: Anonymous

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Health and Hygiene Activity

Donor: USAID

Project Lead: SNV (Netherlands Development Organization)

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Our
Leadership

Eric Seastedt

Regional Representative, Southeast Asia PSI Global

Latest
Updates

Discover what's happening at PSI

A COVID solution for 1.4 billion people

As Delta emerged, we needed to motivate people in India to adopt COVID-19 preventive behaviors and vaccine uptake.  And yet, in a country as vast and as diverse as India, we asked ourselves: how could we reach and inspire consumers to take up a common behavior amidst different experiences? 

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Measuring a ‘Moving Target’

Human-centred design (HCD) is increasingly being used as a complementary approach to traditional global health programming methods.

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SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL BUSINESSES FOR HEALTH IMPACT

Social businesses at PSI reinvest profits into growing businesses to deliver content that connects consumers to quality, affordable products.

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COVID-19 catalyzed digital transformation for reproductive health

Consumer engagement on digital channels increased during COVID, providing PSI’s Social Business Unit an opportunity to leverage digital channels to support business continuity and provision of reproductive health information, products, and services.

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3 challenges women face in accessing healthcare

We spoke with PSI Board member Dr. Ana Langer, a Professor of Public Health at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.

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Getting to Zero Malaria Starts with Building Stronger Health Systems

No single tool available today will solve the problem of malaria. Reducing malaria case incidence and mortality risk by 90 percent globally by 2030 will require new approaches and greatly intensified efforts, aided by new tools and the better implementation of existing ones.

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