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PCI (Project Concern International)
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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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You can change the world with $15/month. Make your monthly giving pledge now! http://goo.gl/MzevmP #ThinkForward
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We're lucky to have donors like Emily - a high school student giving us a big gift for her birthday: http://goo.gl/J3WDc9.
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Every community needs a strong foundation for a healthy future. Thanks to Medtronic Mexico, seven communities are now on that path in just one year. How many will join them in the next year?
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A few feet? A few blocks? A few miles? How far would you walk to get water for your family every day? Access to water is a big issue and we're doing this to get the word out:
Every day, millions of people in developing nations spend hours walking to collect water for their families, missing school and opportunities to make a living.
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Pledging your birthday to PCI is an easy way to make a big difference! Learn more about how you can sign up to change the world this weekend: http://www.pciglobal.org/birthdays/.
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Hillary, our Women Empowered (WE) Coordinator in Tanzania, thinks you make the world a better place. And we happen to agree <3
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In their circles
155 people
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That's the beauty of children: their innocence and purity keeps them happy.:D
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Women are losing time that could be spent getting an education or starting a business. Let's change that http://goo.gl/smrw02.
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Imagine what the world could do with better access to water. ‪#‎WalkForWater‬
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Today (and every day) we celebrate the inspirational women in our programs around the world. Head over to our blog to read about how Chunchun, from India, and Enelisi, from Malawi are transforming their lives through our Women Empowered groups. ‪#‎InternationalWomensDay‬
While we’ve come a long way since the first International Women’s Day in 1908, and have much to celebrate, there’s still plenty of work to be done.
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These women from one of our WE groups in Ethiopia are having a great time working together! #WomenEmpowered http://goo.gl/dGiv7g
These women from one of our WE groups in Ethiopia are having a great time working together! #WomenEmpowered
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"Ultimately, we’re not out of the woods yet, and we have the sense that Ebola will be a problem for years to come."

Our Country Director speaks up on what's happening in Liberia one year after the Ebola outbreak began.
It’s hard to believe one year has passed since the first cases of Ebola in Liberia. Now it’s time to focus on what’s worked and what's next.
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