Project Concern International (PCI) has been implementing community health, integrated development, and humanitarian assistance programs across Africa, Asia, and the Americas for over 50 years. PCI’s approach includes reinforcing livelihoods in a range of sectors, implementing programs for youth and at-risk groups in complex environments, developing risk management strategies at the policy and local levels, strengthening community infrastructure, and improving health outcomes. PCI engages in a variety of partnerships that result in better risk management and emergency response strategies. PCI takes a research-based approach to assessment, program design, monitoring, evaluation, and documentation to facilitate the sharing of best practices and lessons learned with partners and stakeholders.
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An agriculture project in 2 countries
Every day, millions of African pastoralists live on the verge of survival searching for green pasture for their animals in the face of extreme drought and climate change. With support from the U.S. Agency for International... Learn more
Last updated October 26, 2016
A health project in Guatemala
In collaboration with Save the Children, PCI is implementing a six-year integrated food security project in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. The three Strategic Objectives (SOs) of the program are designed... Learn more
Last updated October 22, 2015