Uganda

Our Presence in
Uganda

PSI Uganda

PSI GLOBAL OFFICE

PSI Uganda, re-established in 2017, complements the efforts of the Ministry of Health in Uganda in the areas of sexual and reproductive health and maternal and child health. Using PSI’s market development approach and targeted social behavior change, PSI Uganda works to shape the health market and strengthen the public and private health sector across the country. 

 

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PACE

PSI INDEPENDENT NETWORK MEMBER

Established in 2009, PSI independent network member and local Ugandan organization, the Programme for Accessible Health and Communication (PACE), complements the Government of Uganda efforts in the areas of maternal health, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Using targeted social behavior change, PACE works to link people to care and influence policies to improve the health market for Ugandan consumers.

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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 Uganda and PACE:

304,538

consumers with health services and products

2.8 million

Trust condoms sold through the private sector

11,656

IUDs sold through the private sector

Featured Projects

Self-Care Advocacy in Action: Uganda Reevaluates and Reimages Self-Care

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A Spotlight on Strengthening HIV Self-Testing in the Private Sector (SHIPS)

Project Lead: PS Kenya , PSI

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Women attend a group counseling session on methods of contraception led by PSI staff member Doung Mao.

A Spotlight on Research for Scalable Solutions (R4S)

Project Lead: FHI 360

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Four Considerations when Developing National Self-Care Guidelines

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Promoting Self-Care for Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nigeria and Uganda During COVID-19

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Our
Leadership

PAUL MASSON

Paul Masson

Country Representative PSI Uganda
Phellister Nakamya

Phellister Nakamya

Executive Director PACE Uganda

Latest
Updates

Discover what's happening at PSI

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When women rise, everyone wins

We’re celebrating Dr. Lillian Sekabembe, PSI Uganda Deputy Country Representative, Dr. Milly Kaggwa, PSI Senior Clinical Advisor for Africa, and Rachel Mutuku, PSI Senior Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health Technical Advisor—three powerhouse PSIers who lift the voices and experiences of consumers we serve to catalyze health impact. 

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GETTING HANDS-ON WITH E-LEARNING: A NEW DIGITAL ALTERNATIVE FOR TRAINING PROVIDERS ON SELF-INJECTION

This piece was originally featured on the DISC blog. By Josephine Kasaija, DISC-Uganda Technical Learning & Innovations Manager  Amid a global pandemic, people around the

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A Companion to Digital Sexual and Reproductive Health

Meet Tina, a virtual companion who provides easy access to sexual and reproductive health information. Accessible through WhatsApp, Facebook and any web browser, Tina is a one-stop shop to access information about self-inject and other contraceptives.

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Committed to Learning Everything She Can to Improve Women’s Health

Private health care is one of the fastest-growing segments of health care systems, and private providers are an increasingly important source of care in low- and middle-income countries.

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Overcoming Client Fear to Self-Inject: Consumer Insights Light a Path toward DMPA-SC Scale-Up

The Population Services International-led Delivering Innovation in Self-Care (DISC) program—being implemented in Nigeria and Uganda—aims to answer questions as they relate to self-injectable contraception, DMPA-SC. And, in doing so, demonstrate that self-care offers health systems a new and critical partner: consumers themselves.

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What’s the vision for success for self-care in Uganda?

This Q&A highlights the progress and benefits of advancing self-care for SRHR in Uganda.

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