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On the Road to Recovery

Floodwaters have long receded and much of the rubble has been cleared, but families living in Rockport, Texas, and Oaxaca, Mexico, still face a slow and difficult recovery after a summer of record-breaking natural disasters. With support from generous donors, the Humanitarian Assistance & Resilience Unit (HARU) at Project Concern International (PCI) mobilized response teams [...]

Hurricane Harvey: Support PCI’s Response

As the devastation from Hurricane Harvey continues to unfold in Texas, PCI is working with our partner AmeriCares on the ground to provide desperately needed support.In addition to getting critical emergency medical health supplies into the hands of frontline health workers, we’re also supporting safety-net health institutions that serve the most vulnerable populations.Our teams in [...]

Breastfeeding Takes A Community

On August 1, UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) kicked off World Breastfeeding Week and Breastfeeding Awareness Month with a clear message: “Breastfeeding is not a one-woman job.” At Project Concern International (PCI), that sentiment has long been echoed in both the organization’s policies and programs, which seek to create a culture of support [...]

Fighting Human Trafficking Together

It’s easy to think about human trafficking as something that would only occur in far-off countries, but it’s also happening right here in our communities. Earlier this year, Project Concern International (PCI) worked with a law enforcement task force and other local nonprofits to help fight human trafficking in California. Operation Reclaim and Rebuild used [...]

By | 2017-10-25T14:21:17+00:00 July 28th, 2017|Hardship, Human Trafficking, Local News, United States|