Project Concern International/India (PCI) has been working in India since 1998. Over these several decades, PCI has maintained a diversiﬁed portfolio, working in the areas of health, nutrition and community development with programs focusing on low-income, vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations in close partnership with national and state governments and civil society organizations.
PCI’s mission is to empower people to enhance health, end hunger, overcome hardship, and advance women & girls. In India, PCI’s work in close collaboration with various social actors to create an enabling environment to improve the social position of marginalized populations, especially women and girls, as well as strengthen convergent actions on the ground. Knowledge and evidence-based decision making and data driven management have been a hallmark of PCI’s programs in India.