Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) Project
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-One provided 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 on PSP-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.
Moving Toward Sustainability: Transition Strategies and Tools for Social Marketing Programs
Private Provider Networks: The Role of Viability in Expanding the Supply of Reproductive Health and Family Planning Services.
Unraveling the Factors behind the Growth of the Indonesian Family Planning Private Sector
Applying the Value Chain Framework to the Health Sector