PSI’s Top 10 Stories of 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, PSI Impact looks back on the year’s featured stories. We’ve pulled our top 10 most-read blog posts to see what they say about PSI, and about you, our valued readers.

You enjoyed our unconventional success stories, you loved reading about the important partnerships we made this year, and you recognized that at PSI, we believe in putting consumers at the center of what we do, empowering them to live better, healthier lives.

We had big wins at PSI this year, and you, our readers, were there every step of the way. Thank you.

Take a look at the top ten stories of 2017:

1) What do Pineapples Have to do with Teens and Contraceptives?

In Tanzania, pineapples have become a great tool for girls’ empowerment and contraceptive education.

2) Are You in the Market for Condoms?

3) World’s Largest HIV Self-Testing Initiative Expands in Critical New Phase

Our project with PSI Kenya is leveraging the private sector to increase access to and use of HIV self-testing methods in Kenya.

4) PSI and Pfizer Partner to Address Hypertension in Vietnam and Myanmar

Our ‘Healthy Communities’ collaboration with Pfizer provides hypertension medicine and treatment services in Myanmar and Vietnam.

5) HIV Self-Testing Leads to Self-Empowerment in Ethiopia

6) It Takes a Village: How One Toilet Becomes 150,000

Our 3SI project is increasing the provision of sustainable sanitation solutions to households across Bihar, India.

7) 10 Steps to Advance the Health and Rights of Young People

8) What Common Kitchen Ingredient Can Help Detect Cervical Cancer?

In India, table vinegar has proven useful in detecting early signs of cervical cancer.

9) PSI’s Report Card

These are the lessons we learned from our 2012-2016 strategic plan.

10) Making HIV Testing a Private Affair