Our Mission

PCI’s mission is to prevent disease, improve community health, and promote sustainable development worldwide.

Our Mission

PCI’s mission is to prevent disease, improve community health, and promote sustainable development worldwide.

PCI’s mission is to prevent disease, improve community health, and promote sustainable development worldwide.

Global Impact

PCI News

  • To Liberia, Ebola Free
    To Liberia, Ebola Free
    When the WHO declared Liberia free of Ebola, our first thought as an organization was a sense of relief for the people of the country, who can now breathe just a little easier. We then thought of our Liberia Country Director, Jolene Mullins, and our entire Liberia team, who have been working since day one […]
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  • These Farmers Don’t Bike to Work, They Bike For Work
    These Farmers Don’t Bike to Work, They Bike For Work
    No, they aren’t joining the Tour de France or becoming Urban Bike Messengers, they’re using a bike-powered, portable threshing machine that could revolutionize farming in Ethiopia and help alleviate poverty for thousands of farmers across the country. Threshers traditionally are large, expensive farming machines used to separate grain from stalks. Although they were introduced in […]
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  • PCI and Brookings Discuss the Business Case for Public Private Partnerships
    PCI and Brookings Discuss the Business Case for Public Private Partnerships
    On May 7, Brookings and Project Concern International (PCI) hosted a discussion on how public private partnerships are changing the landscape of global development. The discussion focused on how these partnerships are best structured, the role of corporate social responsibility, and how to measure the value and sustainability of results. Our Guatemala Country Director, Pascale […]
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PCI News

  • To Liberia, Ebola Free
    To Liberia, Ebola Free
    When the WHO declared Liberia free of Ebola, our first thought as an organization was a sense of relief for the people of the country, who can now breathe just a little easier. We then thought of our Liberia Country Director, Jolene Mullins, and our entire Liberia team, who have been working since day one […]
    Read more
  • These Farmers Don’t Bike to Work, They Bike For Work
    These Farmers Don’t Bike to Work, They Bike For Work
    No, they aren’t joining the Tour de France or becoming Urban Bike Messengers, they’re using a bike-powered, portable threshing machine that could revolutionize farming in Ethiopia and help alleviate poverty for thousands of farmers across the country. Threshers traditionally are large, expensive farming machines used to separate grain from stalks. Although they were introduced in […]
    Read more
  • PCI and Brookings Discuss the Business Case for Public Private Partnerships
    PCI and Brookings Discuss the Business Case for Public Private Partnerships
    On May 7, Brookings and Project Concern International (PCI) hosted a discussion on how public private partnerships are changing the landscape of global development. The discussion focused on how these partnerships are best structured, the role of corporate social responsibility, and how to measure the value and sustainability of results. Our Guatemala Country Director, Pascale […]
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  • RT @HealthyNewborns: Judith Robb McCord of @PCIGlobal writes about Every Preemie-SCALE project... posted on Twitter 8 hours ago
  • This little guy gives his seal of approval to supplies delivered by... posted on Twitter 9 hours ago
  • This little guy gives his seal of approval to supplies delivered by... posted on Facebook 9 hours ago
  • It doesn’t have to be this way. We’re working w/@gappstweets & @ACNMmidwives... posted on Twitter 3 days ago
  • Find our Women Empowered Director on The Huffington Post talking about how... posted on Facebook 4 days ago
  • Fifteen million babies are born premature every year. That’s 1 in 10... posted on Facebook 6 days ago
  • We've been working alongside Plant With Purpose to give Haitian women the... posted on Facebook 7 days ago
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