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PSI makes it easier for all people to lead healthier lives and plan the families they desire.

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Yes, we’re a nonprofit, but don’t think of us as a charity. Like a Fortune 500 company, we take a business approach to saving lives. We provide real solutions to complex health problems. And, we measure our results.

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Bringing HIV Science to the People and People to HIV Science

We leverage a consumer-powered approach to design people-centered, insights-driven, and evidence-based HIV solutions – at scale.

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What are respectful services? Women and healthcare providers weigh in.

Community dialogues following a formative qualitative study conducted by Kampala Slum Maternal Newborn Health (MaNe) project, provided insights into the challenges of providing and receiving quality respectful maternal and newborn care in the urban slums of Kampala.

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Marisa Bass

To Achieve UHC, Focus on these Three Priorities  

PSI Board Member Marisa Bass offers the three priorities that the public health community must focus on to stay on track to achieving UHC by 2030.

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Making Diaphragms Cool Again: Bringing an Old Method to a New Audience

While existing contraceptive methods haven’t gained traction in Niger, diaphragms are becoming a compelling, non-hormonal option for women dissatisfied with other available options.

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Consumer-Powered Healthcare Matters Now, More Than Ever

COVID-19 has demonstrated how CPH matters more than ever to achieve UHC. By equipping consumers to be agents of their own health through digital, self-care and private sector integration, we make health systems more resilient and responsive.

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Commercial Viability for Social Impact

Learn how PSI’s Social Business Unit leverages digital channels to safely continue providing consumers with SRHR products and information amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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