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Changing the face of poverty.
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PCI is an international nonprofit health and development organization that positively impacted more than 5.8 million lives in 2013. For more than 50 years, PCI has supported communities around the world to prevent disease, improve community health, promoting women's empowerment and gender equality, and making sustainable impact.

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A birthday is a powerful thing. Learn more about donating your birthday to a good cause: pciglobal.org/birthdays.
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Nearly half of all mothers and newborns in developing countries don't receive adequate care during birth.
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Find our Women Empowered (WE) Director, Sarah Emerson, on The Huffington Post talking about how women are the answer to driving change.
More than one billion people in the world still live on less than $1.25 a day, and according to the IMF, it's estimated that as much as 27 percent of GDP in developing counties is lost each year due to women being denied entry into the global economy. That's why empowering women is not only the right thing to do, it's also the smart thing.
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We've been working alongside Plant With Purpose to give women in Haiti the skills needed to build up their lives through our Women Empowered methodology.
Haiti was thrust into the international spotlight five years ago when a catastrophic earthquake demolished much of its capital and the surrounding region.
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We had a great discussion with Brookings about changing the world with public private partnerships.
On May 7, Project Concern International (PCI) and Brookings hosted a discussion on how public private partnerships can contribute to future development.
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A job that took five people, four cattle and 14 hours now takes two people two hours with this bike-powered thresher. How's that for ‪#‎BiketoWorkDay‬? Read more about it on the blog: http://goo.gl/UPtZrS.
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In their circles
151 people
Have them in circles
101 people
Cami Bohn's profile photo
Sonja Sky Gatlin's profile photo
Sindh Punjab Tailors's profile photo
Federico Caillou's profile photo
Jessica Ayala's profile photo
Mario P. Zavala's profile photo
Miranda Majcen's profile photo
Dhruba RUWON Nepal's profile photo
Adrian Morales's profile photo
 
Happy International ‪#‎ChildrensDay‬! We do it all with them in mind.
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This little guy gives his seal of approval to supplies delivered by our food security partnership with USAID.
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Preterm birth is the leading cause of death worldwide for children under five, and fifteen million babies are born too soon every year. Our program Every Preemie—SCALE wants to change this by providing practical, catalytic, and scalable approaches for expanding interventions to help preterm and low birth weight babies in 24 countries throughout Africa and Asia. Visit our new website to learn more!
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Have you heard the good news? Liberia has been declared Ebola free!
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Preterm birth is a global problem, occurring everywhere from Bangladesh to India to the US. Our program, Every Preemie—SCALE, wants to scale up and combat these global challenges. Learn more about how we're making it happen: http://goo.gl/GXTE6a.
We’re always thrilled to work with partners to solve big problems like pre-term birth – which is the #1 cause of death for children under five.
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Whether we’re working in our own backyard or on the other side of the globe, we believe in making women’s health a priority. Learn more about some of our projects centered on women's health. ‪#‎NWHW‬
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