End Poverty Blog

Donor Love 2017

This month is about love, and at PCI it is no different. Whether you are a new friend to PCI or a long-time supporter, thank you for giving PCI a piece of your BIG heart through your interest and investment in our work. We made this video for you: Simply, we couldn’t do [...]

By | February 13th, 2017|Poverty|

From the Streets of Zambia to the Big Stage

Tobias, second from the right, grew from PCI Zambia’s programs to go from street child to thriving community member. Project Concern International (PCI) has been taking a community-based approach to promoting health in Zambia since 1996. We recently celebrated the 20 year anniversary of PCI Zambia and reminisced on the transformational changes we’ve [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|Child Poverty|

USAID Helps Improve Safety In Guatemalan Neighborhoods

Barrio Mio beneficiary Rosalba Ayala is grateful for her newly reinforced home and appreciates having a clean, upgraded neighborhood, where children can play safely, free of mud and wastewater that used to collect in the streets. With USAID support, Project Concern International (PCI) initiated a project that is reducing disaster risk in hazard-prone [...]

By | February 3rd, 2017|Community Development|

To Our Supporters, With Love

Today is the beginning of a month focused on love, and here at PCI it is no different.  We are immensely grateful for our donors and aren’t exaggerating when we say that you make our work possible. When you add up what each of us can do when we commit to creating a brighter future [...]

By | February 1st, 2017|Latest News|

Let’s put a stop to cervical cancer in Africa

Evelyn lived in small, rural village two hours by car from the Zambian town of Kabwe. She had six children and while fighting hard to care for them with little money, her body was waging its own war without her knowing it. Evelyn had Stage 2 cervical cancer. Evelyn first learned of her condition when [...]

By | January 27th, 2017|Uncategorized|