In Niger, PSI works with consumers and the Ministry of Health to reinforce quality of, and access to, reproductive health and malaria services. 

Our Presence in

PSI Niger

PSI Niger was founded in 2013 to address the high disease burden in the country. PSI Niger has worked in reproductive health; HIV prevention in the military; water, sanitation and hygiene improvement; gender equality; and malaria prevention and treatment Today, PSI Niger is focused on reproductive health, including family planning and post-abortion care, as well as malaria prevention and treatment. PSI Niger programs apply a gender lens to their activities, to leverage programming to empower women in communities. By working with religious and opinion leaders, men, women and youth, PSI Niger strives to enable consumers to access the products and services they need to live healthier lives.

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In 2018, PSI Niger worked with public and private health facilities to provide 109,635 years of healthy life for Nigeriens, including:


years of protection from unintended pregnancy for Nigerien couples


unintended pregnancies avoided

Practice Areas
We Focus On

To reduce unintended pregnancies, morbidity and maternal mortality, PSI Niger supports the Ministry of Health to increase access to, and quality of, contraception and post-abortion care services in the public and private sectors. PSI Niger works at the national, regional, district and community levels to support both quality services and create an enabling environment for contraception by working with men, women, religious leaders and youth to prompt changes in behaviors drive demand for services amongst the women and girls who need it most.

PSI works with the US President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) and the Nigerien Ministry of Health to support Niger’s malaria response. PMI Impact Malaria and VectorLink work to reinforce national training and supportive supervision strategies, improve malaria in pregnancy prevention, conduct large scale seasonal malaria chemoprevention campaigns for children under 5, implement integrated community case management, conduct mosquito net durability testing and identify routine net distribution solutions.

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The Future of Work

With overarching commitments to flexibility in our work, and greater wellbeing for our employees, we want to ensure PSI is positioned for success with a global and holistic view of talent. Under our new “work from (almost) anywhere,” or “WFAA” philosophy, we are making the necessary investments to be an employer of record in more than half of U.S. states, and consider the U.S. as one single labor market for salary purposes. Globally, we recognize the need to compete for talent everywhere; we maintain a talent center in Nairobi and a mini-hub in Abidjan. PSI also already works with our Dutch-based European partner, PSI Europe, and we’re creating a virtual talent center in the UK.


Meaningful Youth Engagement

PSI is firmly committed to the meaningful engagement of young people in our work. As signatories of the Global Consensus Statement on Meaningful Adolescent & Youth Engagement, PSI affirms that young people have a fundamental right to actively and meaningfully engage in all matters that affect their lives. PSI’s commitments aim to serve and partner with diverse young people from 10-24 years, and we have prioritized ethics and integrity in our approach. Read more about our commitments to the three core principles of respect, justice and Do No Harm in the Commitment to Ethics in Youth-Powered Design. And read more about how we are bringing our words to action in our ICPD+25 commitment, Elevating Youth Voices, Building Youth Skills for Health Design.


Zero Tolerance for Modern-Day Slavery and Human Trafficking

PSI works to ensure that its operations and supply chains are free from slavery and human trafficking. Read more about this commitment in our policy statement, endorsed by the PSI Board of Directors.



Since 2017, PSI has been a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, a commitment to align strategies and operations with universal principles of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. Read about PSI’s commitment to the UN Global Compact here.


Environmental Sustainability

The health of PSI’s consumers is inextricably linked to the health of our planet. That’s why we’ve joined the Climate Accountability in Development as part of our commitment to reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent by 2030. Read about our commitment to environmental sustainability.


Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity

PSI does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state or local law. Read our full affirmative action and equal employment opportunity policy here.


Zero Tolerance for Discrimination and Harassment

PSI is committed to establishing and maintaining a work environment that fosters harmonious, productive working relationships and encourages mutual respect among team members. Read our policy against discrimination and harassment here.

PSI is committed to serving all health consumers with respect, and strives for the highest standards of ethical behavior. PSI is dedicated to complying with the letter and spirit of all laws, regulations and contractual obligations to which it is subject, and to ensuring that all funds with which it is entrusted are used to achieve maximum impact on its programs. PSI provides exceptionally strong financial, operational and program management systems to ensure rigorous internal controls are in place to prevent and detect fraud, waste and abuse and ensure compliance with the highest standards. Essential to this commitment is protecting the safety and well-being of our program consumers, including the most vulnerable, such as women and children. PSI maintains zero tolerance for child abuse, sexual abuse, or exploitative acts or threats by our employees, consultants, volunteers or anyone associated with the delivery of our programs and services, and takes seriously all complaints of misconduct brought to our attention.


Diversity and Inclusion

PSI affirms its commitment to diversity and believes that when people feel respected and included they can be more honest, collaborative and successful. We believe that everyone deserves respect and equal treatment regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural background or religious beliefs. Read our commitment to diversity and inclusion here. Plus, we’ve signed the CREED Pledge for Racial and Ethnic Equity. Learn more.


Gender Equality

PSI affirms gender equality is a universal human right and the achievement of it is essential to PSI’s mission. Read about our commitment to gender equality here.


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