This is Season 2 of the Didier Comic Book released in a Facebook series through Transform/PHARE to engage young men in the informal sector on discussion around sexuality, family planning, relationships and more.
This video shows the process of human centered design focusing on religious leaders, and how the inspiration phase lead to prototyping the SARARI project, three components to engage religious leaders in discussions on SRH and FP.
Creative Sparks is a series of postcards created to be shared during the 2018 SBCC Summit. They include ‘method cards’ which demonstrate easy-to-implement examples of participative methods used in design, and also includes a ‘booklet’ which summarizes HCD processes implemented by Transform/PHARE in Benin with young out of school girls, and in Cote d’Ivoire with […]
Despite significant reductions in malaria in endemic countries over the past decade, fever is still often equated with malaria, leading to overuse of frontline treatment for malaria (ACT) and mismanagement of other potentially life-threatening illnesses. While the availability of high quality, inexpensive malaria rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) has led to improvements in diagnostic testing in […]
At the 61st session of the UN”s Commission on the Status of Women, PSI and its partners on the Women and NCDs Task Force promoted a set of pocket cards illustrating a woman’s risk for non-communicable diseases over the course of her lifetime.
This interactive tool allows users to compare PSI’s DALYs averted in 2016 and 2017 by region, country, and health area. Over the last few years, you have gotten used to seeing considerable changes in DALYs averted as Program Analytics has invested in standardizing and improving our models. Our 2016 revisions required very few changes and […]
HealthyActions is a unique, five-day curriculum for out of school youth between the ages of 13 and 35. Delivered by trained health educators in two counties (Montaserrado and Nimba), the curriculum aims to: Build knowledge of HIV/AIDS and STIs (transmission, prevention and treatment) and family planning; Explore values and develop critical thinking skills surrounding family planning, […]
PSI/PASMO recently published four peer-reviewed articles on the effectiveness of the USAID Combination Prevention Program for HIV in Central America. The Program is a five-year cooperative agreement funded by USAID and implemented by PASMO and its partners International Planned Parenthood Federation, Cicatelli Associates Inc., and Milk N Cookies to reduce the spread of HIV among key populations […]
In Latin America, PASMO has employed cyber-educators to reach young MSM with HIV prevention information through online chat rooms. Check out this video explaining their approach:
An animated TV spot for Clorin, a household water treatment product sold through social marketing, by the Society for Family Health, PSI’s affiliate in Zambia.
Animated video on how to use the female condom or inner condom. Brought to you by Lovers+ and PSI/South Africa.
PSI/Mozambique has promoted and sold the Jeito condom in the Mozambican market since 1994. As the first condom brand in Mozambique, Jeito quickly become synonymous with “condom.” Over time, the condom market in Mozambique matured considerably, and Jeito now faces competition from several other brands. In response to these changes and based on consumer research […]
Ad for PSI/Myanmar’s Orasel Kit to treat and prevent diarrhea under children under 5 years old.
This is an advertisement for Ngao Mosquito Nets in Tanzania.
Social franchise networks rely on community health workers to talk to local families to give them basic health information and share information about the clinics. When families visit a social franchise clinic, they meet with trusted health care providers and receive quality, affordable services.
Social franchise networks provide training, credibility and support to private healthcare providers. Follow Robert Nyaroo, a program officer with PSI’s Family Health Network in Kenya, as he travels to clinics in Mombasa, Kenya, providing support to the private providers who are a part of Tunza.
Visit USAID’s Maternal and Child Survival Program website to learn more.