Disaster Relief & Recovery

  • Annual Report 2015

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 [...]

  • SAPARM Ethiopia blog 1

Innovative Satellite Solutions to Ethiopia’s Drought

Mamedo Nur-Hussen is one of the millions of traditional pastoralists in Ethiopia. His family has tended herds of sheep and goats in the Telalak district of the Afar Region in Ethiopia for the past five generations, constantly searching for green pasture in an area known for arid conditions. Each year in Africa, more than 200 [...]

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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 [...]

  • Credit: Jenny_Kim / Clinton Global Initiative

The “Neighborhood Approach” Highlights from the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting

By: Christa Davis The global urban population is expected to double by 2050--the equivalent of adding more than 250 New York Cities to the world in less than 40 years. As the world urbanizes, more households are living in high risk and informal settlements vulnerable to an array of natural disasters—floods, earthquakes, outbreaks of disease-- [...]

  • Hurricane Patricia: PCI mobilizes response

Hurricane Patricia: PCI Mobilizes Response Team

While Hurricane Patricia may not have packed as big a punch as some suspected in the resorts along the Mexican coast, it still left significant damage in some of the poorest and hardest to reach communities, which often get forgotten. Roofs were ripped off of many houses, and with the rains continuing, the need for [...]