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What Women Want: Examining Power and Agency within Self-Injectables

This piece was originally featured on the Delivering Innovation in Self-Care (DISC) blog. By Alexandrina Nakanwagi, DISC Project Lead “It starts with yourself.”—Mom, Kaduna Women have

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How do we make consumer-powered care true for everyone? 

January 2021 marked the exciting start of a new term for PSI’s Board of Directors. We are conducting interviews with the Board members, delving into their backgrounds, personal and professional journeys, as

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Join us in celebrating international self-care day

This piece was originally featured on the Self-Care Trailblazer Group’s blog. PSI is the Secretariat and a member of the Self-Care Trailblazer Group, a global

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An Online Contraceptive Shop?

This piece was originally featured on the DISC blog. By James Brown, Partnerships Lead, DISC Like most global health initiatives, when COVID-19 mushroomed into a

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HIV Does Not Define Us

U=U CAMPAIGN TACKLES STIGMA IN MOZAMBIQUE  By Nina Hasen, Director of HIV/TB, PSI and Micaela Rodrigues, Marketing Director, PSI Mozambique  Somos Iguais. (We are the same.)  These simple words are packed with

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Partnership first: How Local Leadership in the Private Sector Could Lead to Better Access to Health Care in Burundi

This piece was originally featured on the USAID MOMENTUM blog. A robust national health system requires cooperation and strong dialogue between the public and private

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