PSP-One was the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) flagship project to increase the private-sector provision of high-quality reproductive health, family planning, and other health services and products in developing countries. To achieve that goal, PSP-Oneprovided technical leadership in optimal private-sector strategies; synthesized and disseminated proven strategies, research findings, and tools; and provided country-level support in developing and scaling up successful private-sector approaches. As a subcontractor to Abt Associates onPSP-One, Banyan Global strengthened the private health sector in the areas of private-sector finance, management, capacity building, market viability, provider networks and franchises, alliances, and public-private partnerships. PSP-One was funded through USAID’s Private Sector Program indefinite-quantity contract. Banyan Global worked in Nigeria, Kenya, the Philippines, and Nicaragua.