Christopher

Lourenço

Deputy Director, Malaria

PSI

Dr. Lourenço provides technical guidance and direction for PSI’s malaria department, focusing on the quality of programmatic delivery and technical strategy. He holds a Ph.D. in Malaria Surveillance Systems in Elimination Settings.

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A Statement of PSI Solidarity

As the world absorbs the impact of COVID-19, the US wakes up after yet another night of protests in dozens of cities, fueled by anger

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WEBINAR: Making the Case for Menstrual Health: Lessons from the Field

What change do you want to see for women, girls and all people who menstruate? A world where they can talk openly about their periods

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Contraceptive Needs Continue, Even in a Pandemic

Even without a pandemic, women in Uganda face barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. COVID-19 has placed an extra strain on this

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Young people, and the intersection of sex and pleasure

To reach youth with contraceptive information, could sexual pleasure be the game changer? By: Christine Odour, Digital Health Program Manager, PSI/Kenya and Emma Beck, Associate

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Boda Boda Drivers Have Become the Key to Contraceptive Access in Uganda During COVID-19

By Rahmah Namaganda, Medical Detailer Supervisor, PSI Uganda, and Molly Siwula, Sexual and Reproductive Health Project Manager, PSI As the COVID-19 global pandemic ravages national

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WEBINAR: Tailoring Malaria Interventions During COVID-19

As part of a series of webinars created by the ICT4D (Information and Communications Technologies for Development) Conference, PSI joined host Catholic Relief Services for

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