"I’m a huge fan of PSI. You can’t begin to chip away at poverty unless you deal with rapid population growth."

– Nicholas Kristof, New York Times Columnist


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Your Gift
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When you donate to PSI, you help our teams provide simple, affordable and effective health interventions to the people we serve.

PSI is Your
Best Investment

Women, no matter where they live, want healthy lives for themselves and their families.

PSI’s services are shaped by their needs—usually beginning with family planning and deepening with other essential health services.

We begin with family planning because, while endeavors like education and microfinance are important, until women can make their own informed choices about when and how many children they have, education and job opportunities will remain out of reach.

Environmental progress will also stall as a growing population taxes sustainability.

“I support PSI’s work to empower the world’s poorest people through evidence- backed family planning & reproductive health initiatives. ”

— Peter Singer