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.
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.
In 2020, PSI Uganda and PACE:
consumers with health services and products
Trust condoms sold through the private sector
IUDs sold through the private sector