2020: Our Year in Review

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OUR WORK

Stories of Programs in Action

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Leading, Learning and Lending during COVID-19

When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit last spring, PCI-supported Women Empowered groups around the world were among the first to mobilize in response to the needs of their members, families and communities.

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Expecting During the Unexpected: Pregnancy and Birth in the Time of COVID-19 

Expecting during the Unexpected: Pregnancy and Birth in the Time of COVID-19

Even under normal circumstances, giving birth can be an overwhelming and vulnerable experience. But the uncertainties and strict protocols brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic have added an extra layer of anxiety for new and expectant parents.

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Supporting San Diego’s Pandemic Response, One Call at a Time 

While it’s not always easy being the messenger, the compassionate communication of timely and fact-based public health information has proven key to helping people navigate this unprecedented time of isolation, illness and unknowns.

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Take-Home Rations, Tippy Taps and Technology: Helping Schools Navigate the Pandemic 

For many children and families across the world, school is more than just a place of learning; it’s a safety net. To mitigate the impact of the pandemic in Guatemala, Tanzania and Nicaragua, PCI, a Global Communities Partner, worked with school staff, government officials, community leaders and parents to develop innovative COVID-19 responses unique to each country’s situation.

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PCI India and ‘JEEViKA Mobile Vaani’ Answer Call for Action against COVID-19 

When the Government of India instituted a nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19, Gram Vaani and PCI India recognized an opportunity to leverage the Mobile Vaani network to reach and link rural populations with pandemic-related health information and social services.

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Protecting Botswanan Girls’ Dreams in the Time of COVID-19

In Botswana and around the world, public health emergencies have shown that when systems break down, adolescent girls and young women are often the first to suffer. During the COVID-19 pandemic, PCI, a Global Communities Partner, adapted its DREAMS program to safeguard the health and well-being of adolescent girls and young women.

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Controlling the Spread of COVID-19 Misinformation in Guatemala

Although social media and other digital platforms have given people opportunities to safely connect while quarantining or under lockdown, the constant flow of messaging about the coronavirus has led to an “infodemic,” or dangerous rise in misinformation that could have serious consequences.

IMPACT NUMBERS

Global Successes in 2020

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7,544,449

community members who participated in peer/self-help groups to improve health and nutrition behaviors

124,994

people reached with routine immunization services

49

HIV laboratories supported with capacity-building activities to improve accuracy and efficiency of testing and diagnosis

70M+

people socially mobilized with behavior change and communication messages to receive prevention, referral and/or treatment services for neglected tropical diseases such as lymphatic filariasis and kala azar

8,228

women and adolescent girls reached with cervical cancer prevention, screening and/or treatment

261,586

children under 14 years old reached with health prevention, referral and/or treatment messages and/or services

9,726

adolescents provided with comprehensive HIV prevention and 18,197 orphans and vulnerable children provided with support to improve their health and well-being, further strengthening the HIV continuum of care

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16,711,841

meals served to 300,107 primary school students

30,016

people directly assisted through PCI's food security programming

2,137

school teachers provided with improved literacy training and education materials, which benefited 69,437 students in 1,178 primary schools

1,347

parent-teacher associations strengthened to support school meal programs and education activities

8,442

farmers, 77% of whom are women, provided with improved agricultural production practices and technologies

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218,527

people who benefited from PCI’s emergency responses

7

municipalities implementing PCI’s methodologies for urban resilience

1

national policy designed and passed with PCI support that facilitated improved housing and neighborhood upgrading in high-risk urban areas

854,164

people who are living in very high-risk urban settlements within cities where PCI is working with public and private partners to reduce vulnerability to disasters and reinforce resilience

10

government agencies that created risk management tools (risk zoning, maps, neighborhood risk profiles) to inform decisions that reduce public vulnerability to shocks and stresses such as those associated with climate, earthquakes and volcanic activity

55,032,900

hectares of traditional grazing areas digitally mapped and overlaid with current satellite-derived vegetation information used to improve migration decision-making of semi-nomadic pastoralists in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Kenya

4,711

people in Ethiopia and Guatemala who received personal protective equipment (including sanitizer, masks and soap) to protect against COVID-19

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629,294

female economic empowerment self-help groups (including Women Empowered) that saved and loaned money to improve their members’ lives, households and communities

9,726

adolescent girls provided with HIV prevention messages to ensure they remain HIV-free

123 

girls and boys who completed Project ROOTS, a prevention education project designed to instill empathy and empower youth to achieve equality

$7,300,000

total money saved, to date, by members of PCI-supported female economic empowerment self-help groups (including Women Empowered)

4,368

adolescent girls reached with cervical cancer prevention, screening and/or treatment

860

women provided with basic business skills training in Africa and the Americas

33,286

people reached with messages to prevent human trafficking in San Diego

7,744,104

people reached with COVID-19-related risk reduction or mitigation messages

FINANCIALS

Fiscal Year 2020 At A Glance

FY20

FY19

Revenue

53.9

55.2

Expenses

49.9

56.5

Year End Operating Results*

-1.157

0.289

Change in Net Assets

4.0

-1.3

Less Change in With Donor Restrictions

5.2

-1.6

Total Net Assets

15.9

11.9

Without Donor Restrictions

1.8

3.0

With Donor Restrictions*

14.1

8.9

Liquidity/Current Ratio

3.0

2.4

Program Services & Program Support*

84%

86%

Management & General

15%

13%

Fundraising

1%

1%

For the periods ending: Sept 30, 2020 & Sept 30, 2019.

Revenue, Expenses, Year End Operating Results and Net Assets are presented in Millions.

* Year End Operating Results exclude Net Assets With Donor Restriction. The change in Net Assets With Donor Restrictions in FY19 is a net decrease due to spending down funds received in previous years. Program Services & Program Support includes $1,838,000 and $1,780,000 in program support costs during the year ended September 30, 2020 and 2019, respectively. In audited financial statements that can be found on PCI's website, these costs are included in management and general costs.

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US Government
$33,187,67

Contributions
$15,099,99

Agricultural Commodities
$1,384,459

Contributions, In-Kind
$2,554,736

Non-Government Grants
$1,661,259

Total: $53,888,118

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Program & Program Support
$41,839,711

Management & General
$7,252,384

Fundraising
$785,957

Total: $49,878,052

SUPPORTERS

Our Supporters in 2020

PCI’s efforts to enhance health, end hunger, overcome hardship and advance women and girls worldwide would not be possible without the support of individuals, foundations, corporations, governments and partners that support and invest in our programs. If we inadvertently omitted your name from our list of donors, or if you would like to be listed differently in future recognition lists, please contact Amber Lingle, Senior Community Engagement Officer.

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Donor Spotlight: Rising the Tide with Michele Gay

Learn more about PCI's unique partnership with LimeLife by Alcone and the Brighter Together Foundation.

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Donor Spotlight: Painting it Forward with Eric Sanders

Learn more about Eric Sanders' connection to PCI and why he added selling his original art to his palette of philanthropy.