Our Mission

PCI’s mission is to prevent disease, improve community health, and promote sustainable development worldwide.

Our Mission

PCI’s mission is to prevent disease, improve community health, and promote sustainable development worldwide.

PCI’s mission is to prevent disease, improve community health, and promote sustainable development worldwide.

Global Impact

PCI News

  • Haiti Still Needs Our Help, Five Years After the Earthquake
    Haiti Still Needs Our Help, Five Years After the Earthquake
    Haiti was thrust into the international spotlight five years ago when a catastrophic earthquake demolished much of its capital city and the surrounding region. Rebuilding efforts are still ongoing and Beyonce has even joined in to help. She was there just days ago in an effort to bring renewed attention to the devastated country. But […]
    Read more
  • To Liberia, Ebola Free
    To Liberia, Ebola Free
    When the WHO declared Liberia free of Ebola, our first thought as an organization was a sense of relief for the people of the country, who can now breathe just a little easier. We then thought of our Liberia Country Director, Jolene Mullins, and our entire Liberia team, who have been working since day one […]
    Read more
  • These Farmers Don’t Bike to Work, They Bike For Work
    These Farmers Don’t Bike to Work, They Bike For Work
    No, they aren’t joining the Tour de France or becoming Urban Bike Messengers, they’re using a bike-powered, portable threshing machine that could revolutionize farming in Ethiopia and help alleviate poverty for thousands of farmers across the country. Threshers traditionally are large, expensive farming machines used to separate grain from stalks. Although they were introduced in […]
    Read more

PCI News

  • Haiti Still Needs Our Help, Five Years After the Earthquake
    Haiti Still Needs Our Help, Five Years After the Earthquake
    Haiti was thrust into the international spotlight five years ago when a catastrophic earthquake demolished much of its capital city and the surrounding region. Rebuilding efforts are still ongoing and Beyonce has even joined in to help. She was there just days ago in an effort to bring renewed attention to the devastated country. But […]
    Read more
  • To Liberia, Ebola Free
    To Liberia, Ebola Free
    When the WHO declared Liberia free of Ebola, our first thought as an organization was a sense of relief for the people of the country, who can now breathe just a little easier. We then thought of our Liberia Country Director, Jolene Mullins, and our entire Liberia team, who have been working since day one […]
    Read more
  • These Farmers Don’t Bike to Work, They Bike For Work
    These Farmers Don’t Bike to Work, They Bike For Work
    No, they aren’t joining the Tour de France or becoming Urban Bike Messengers, they’re using a bike-powered, portable threshing machine that could revolutionize farming in Ethiopia and help alleviate poverty for thousands of farmers across the country. Threshers traditionally are large, expensive farming machines used to separate grain from stalks. Although they were introduced in […]
    Read more
  • Thanks, @DeborahLester17. We’re looking forward to it too https://t.co/II27lPqIRr posted on Twitter 2 hours ago
  • Find us on @HuffPost! https://t.co/rtqJe34kjO posted on Twitter 5 hours ago
  • RT @gappstweets: Caring for #EveryPreemie, Every Day, from @PCIGlobal. http://t.co/NgT7hxpndo posted on Twitter 2 days ago
  • Nearly half of all mothers and newborns in developing countries don't receive... posted on Facebook 2 days ago
  • “Nearly half of all mothers and newborns in developing countries don’t receive... posted on Twitter 2 days ago
  • This little guy gives his seal of approval to supplies delivered by... posted on Facebook 3 days ago
  • Find our Women Empowered Director on The Huffington Post talking about how... posted on Facebook 6 days ago
  • Fifteen million babies are born premature every year. That’s 1 in 10... posted on Facebook 8 days ago
  • We've been working alongside Plant With Purpose to give Haitian women the... posted on Facebook 9 days ago
Contact Us

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.