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Not long ago, I ventured off to Washington DC to spend the day with PSI to learn about their vast programs that span the globe. PSI’s mission is to make it easier for people in the developing world to lead healthier lives and plan the families they desire by marketing affordable products and services.
While I did manage to write a post after my long and insightful day, I was asked to go into more detail about my trip and share some of the things I learned and/or was surprised about throughout the day.
Today, I’m sending you over to the PSI Impact blog where I wrote about the 5 surprises from my trip to PSI’s headquarters. It involves geeking out on global development, “Sarah”, and condoms. Lots and lots of condoms.
As you’ll learn, I was familiar with PSI prior to my trip, but I found out quickly that my knowledge of PSI barely scratched the surface of the work they do worldwide.
Oh, and the Secretary of State’s Office of Global Partnerships shared my post yesterday. And now I’m also geeking out about the fact that the State Department tweeted my words.
— GP at State (@GPatState) August 7, 2014
If you are as impressed by PSI’s work as I am, visit this link to get a free handcrafted bracelet. Woven by women artisans in Guatemala, the bracelet allows you to show support of PSI’s work helping women live happy, healthy lives.