Pritpal

Marjara

Country Representative

PSI India

Pritpal Marjara has more than 15 years of diverse professional experience in social marketing, behavior change communication, research and information technology. He started his career in the development sector at PSI, where he managed complex health programs in diverse geographical, social and cultural settings in India.

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THE SELF-CARE TOOLS FOR BUILDING A BETTER TOMORROW

This post was originally featured on the Breakthrough ACTION and RESEARCH blog. Written by Kasey Henderson, Advocacy Coordinator, Population Services International, and Susan Leibtag, Compass Curator,

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Program Briefs: Changing Attitudes to Shift Contraceptive Demand

By: Beth Brogaard, Regional Project Director, PSI When it comes to family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) programming, encouraging behavior change starts by understanding what

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Regional and Country Teams Lead the Way to UHC

By Michael Holscher, Chief Delivery Officer, PSI   The global health and development landscape is shifting dramatically. PSI’s 2018-2020 global strategy, Reimagining Healthcare, welcomes these shifts and commits PSI to evolving the value

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PSI Recognized as an Impactful Organization Delivering Change for Menstrual Health & Hygiene

By Odette Hekster, Managing Director, PSI Europe and Sandy Garcon, Senior Manager, PSI  The Kulczyk Foundation and Founders Pledge have released a landmark report on the menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) gap – outlining ways the

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Private Sector Governance for UHC

By Hilary Kinka, Healthcare Networks Advisor, PSI  In early October, PSI welcomed World Health Organization’s Senior Health Systems Advisor David Clarke, Impact for Health CEO and Founder Cynthia Eldridge, and Impact for Health Associate Katherine Jennings for a

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We have no time to lose

By Kofi Amoo-Gottfried. For PSI Board Member and DoorDash Vice President Kofi Amoo-Gottfried, PSI’s mission is personal.  I lost my mom when I was young.   The healthcare

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