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    MSI Burkina Faso

    MSI’s program in Burkina Faso is one of the country’s leading family planning and sexual health organizations. It was created in August 2009 and aims to offer its services across the country. 

    MSI Burkina Faso provides a range of sexual and reproductive healthcare services, including contraception, STI care, gender-based violence care, pre-and post-natal care, and post-abortion care for clients who have undergone a former unsafe or incomplete abortion. These services are offered in all administrative regions of the country, across urban, peri-urban and rural areas. 

    To ensure that no one is left behind, providers at MSI Burkina Faso are trained to deliver tailored healthcare for marginalized and underserved communities, including women living in extreme poverty, people living with disabilities, and refugees.  

    Still as part of its inclusion policy, MSI Burkina Faso works with a network of associations and community groups, including the association of people living with disabilities, which work alongside MSI Burkina Faso in awareness-raising activities. 

    In 2022, MSI Burkina Faso supported 255,033 clients, 17% of which were adolescents. Through a mixture of access points, including centres, outreach teams, and MSI ladies/Men, we ensure clients are offered the reproductive choices that are right for their future. 

    Contact us

    Contact our Burkina Faso support office to talk about our work.

    Marie Stopes Burkina Faso
    Rue Naba Targambga
    Coté Nord Fondation
    Ben Massoud-Mosquée Al-Houda
    Rue 15.424 Ouaga 2000
    Burkina Faso

    Tel: +226 25 40 77 71

    Looking for services

    Looking for services in Burkina Faso? Use the number below to speak to our advisers.

    Tel: +226 80 00 12 07

    Whatsapp: +226 57001207


    Contraceptive injection
    Team member on motor bike delivering to rural areas
    MSI provider showing contraceptive pill
    MSI provider counselling session
    Outreach in rural Burkina Faso