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Location: 2nd Floor, Wing B, Jumuia Place, Lenana Road P.O. Box 22591-00400, Nairobi
GSM: 0722 203-199, 0733 363-630
Telephone: + 254-020-2714346 / 2714354 / 2714355
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Email: info@pskenya.org
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Who We Are

Overview

Population Services International (PSI) has been measurably improving the health of Kenyans since 1989. Our approach harnesses the vitality of the private sector to improve health outcomes for "Sara" - our archetype that focuses our interventions.

We address the most serious health challenges affecting resource - poor and vulnerable communities in Kenya, including HIV/AIDS, reproductive health and family planning and the greatest threats to children under five including malaria, diarrhea, pneumonia and malnutrition.

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Transition to PS Kenya

After 25 years of successful operations in Kenya we recognize that Kenya - and our organization - has come a long way. The challenges we face today are, while considerable, greatly different than the days when our program was established. In recognition of that evolution, from 2014, PSI's operations and people will transition to a locally registered, independent, Kenyan entity. By doing so, we ensure that Population Services Kenya or "PS Kenya" will be well positioned to substantially improve the health of Sara for years to come.

This transition comes from one strength. We've been lead by exceptional Kenyan management teams, supported by strong and mature systems, and guided by a wise and diverse board. We believe a locally led and governed organization  will be well positioned to work with the Government of Kenya (GoK) and donors to deliver local solutions driven by best global practices. PSI will continue to provide technical assistance and support to PS Kenya throughout this transition, and beyond.

 

 

 

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Mission

PS/Kenya is the leader in health marketing, empowering every Kenyan to make healthy choices.

Vision

Measurably improve the health of Kenyans through social marketing.

Core Values

PS Kenya core values are guiding principles that describe how the organization strives to operate. eeriicThe core values whose acronym is EERIIC are:

Efficiency: We seek to maximize the speed, quality and cost-effectiveness of interventions by using private sector approaches to solve public health problems.

Empowerment: We value individual skill and initiative. We promote responsibility and decision making at all levels.

Results-oriented: We focus on health outcomes and are biased toward measurement.

Integrity: We are honest and transparent in our dealings. We are committed to objectively assessing our results.

Innovation: We strive to find new, better and creative ways to achieve our objectives.

Collaboration: We encourage teamwork and embrace opportunities to further our mission through partnerships with other organizations.

Hero of Our Story

SaraWe have chosen one archetype to represent them all (four pillars of PS/Kenya Strategic Plan 2016) and we call her "Sara." She is at the center of this plan:

her Family Planning needs, her disease burden, her health-seeking behaviour and requirement for solutions to survive and thrive.

We intend to follow Sara's health-seeking needs. We have learned that viewing health areas as isolated silos ignores that fact that Sara and her family have cross-cutting needs in multiple health areas, from Family Planning to HIV to child health threats.

She predominantly seeks health solutions from private providers who can address many different needs in one convenient location. This presents a vast opportunity for PS/Kenya, a leader of franchising in Kenya, to expand and improve the quality of the information and services Sara accesses from the private sector providers.

 

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Download The PS Kenya Strategy Map

 

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