Children’s Health

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Our 2015 Annual Report: Innovation for Impact

Explore our 2015 Annual Report online. 2015 was the most successful year in PCI’s history as we helped transform the lives of more than 19 million people around the world and expanded our program reach. Over the past year, we were a leader in the Ebola response in Liberia; kicked off our largest program ever [...]

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Commemorating 40 Years of Building Better Lives in Guatemala

For over 40 years, PCI has empowered communities in Guatemala, working to improve maternal and child health, food and nutrition security, and the readiness to respond in times of disaster. Today, we’re working in 25 Guatemalan municipalities, both rural and urban, to transform vulnerable communities into resilient, safe and productive communities. We’re implementing projects designed [...]

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Harriet’s Story of Hope in Zambia

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and it’s an opportunity to raise awareness about how preventable and treatable this deadly disease is. What many people don’t realize is more than 80 percent of cervical cases occur in developing countries, where more than 95 percent of women have never had a Pap smear test. In fact, [...]

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San Diego County Proclaims May 29 PCI Day

It’s the day we’ve been waiting 53 years for. The San Diego Board of Supervisors will designate May 29 as Project Concern International Day to recognize its programs that help the county’s most vulnerable populations. PCI will also be designated as an official partner in the county’s Live Well campaign to promote healthier, safer and [...]

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Every Preemie Collaboration to Fight Preterm Birth Around the World

Collaboration is key in our approach to development. That’s why we’re always thrilled to work with partners to solve big problems like preterm birth – which is the #1 cause of death for children under five. Our Every Preemie project is doing just that. Its goal is to seek out and advocate for life saving [...]