Page 1 of 7‘Saving Lives and Building Healthy Communities’
Organization Description: Project Concern International is a U.S. based non–profit, international development organization established in 1961, promotes community health and integrated development in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe and North America. PCI’s programs reach out to more than three million people every year.
PCI/India, a registered charitable society, established its presence in India in 1997. PCI maintains a diverse portfolio of programs in 13 states in the areas of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support, humanitarian assistance, mother and child health, polio eradication, water, sanitation and environment, micro–enterprise, and organizational training and support.
In specific, Project Concern International (PCI) initiated programs for People Living with HIV/AIDS, to provide integrated low–cost Community Home Based Care (CHBC), nutritional support, psychosocial counseling and other basic services to the people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA) and their family members. PCI works over, in the high prevalence states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh and other three additional sites in the northeastern states of Manipur and Nagaland.
PCI envisions a world where abundant resources are intentionally shared and communities are committed and able to ensure the health and well–being of their members.
Motivated by our concern for the world’s vulnerable children, families and communities, PCI’s mission is to provide access to health resources, prevent disease and promote development through dynamic partnerships that build local capacity in efficient and measurable ways.