PMC works with other individuals and organizations doing tremendous work.
PMC feels privileged to work in a field with so many other individuals and organizations dedicated to making a difference. It’s impossible to list all the people we work with, but we do want to note some of these partnerships.
Clinton Global Initiative
PMC was proud to receive a complimentary membership to the Clinton Global Initiative. PMC has made a CGI commitment to produce a radio serial drama in Haiti, which will be PMC’s second serial drama in Haiti. PMC was also part of the Segal Family Foundation’s commitment announced in 2013 to fund a radio soap opera in Burundi aimed at improving the lives of women and children through behavior change messaging.
The Ecological Citizen
The Ecological Citizen is an independent, peer-reviewed, free-to-access journal that provides a forum for inspiring and mobilizing discussion with an Earth-centred perspective. Standards issues are published twice a year, and special supplements are also published from time to time.
PMC was granted special consultative status with ECOSOC in August 2013, primarily for our work and expertise in family planning and women’s issues. The Economic and Social Council, established in 1945, is one of six principal organs of the United Nations System. It serves as the central forum for discussing international economic and social issues and for formulating policy recommendations.
PMC has a partnership with Everyday Ambassador. Everyday Ambassador is a best-practice network of global citizens and organizations who believe that human connection, even in an increasingly digital world, is the key to lasting, positive social change.
Girls Not Brides
PMC is a member of the Girls Not Brides coalition, a global partnership of more than 400 civil society organizations from over 60 countries committed to ending child marriage. PMC addresses child marriage in a number of serial dramas and also includes work around this issue in our issues advocacy work. Each year approximately 15 million girls are married before they turn 18.
Implementing Best Practices Initiative
PMC is a member of the Implementing Best Practices Initiative, which involves policy makers, program managers, implementing organizations, and providers who are looking to identify and apply evidence-based and proven effective practices to improve family planning and reproductive health outcomes worldwide.
Population and Sustainability Network
PMC is a member of the Population and Sustainability Network, which is an international advocacy organization and network bringing together development, environment and reproductive health organizations, government departments and policy research organizations to clarify and increase awareness of the importance of both population and consumption factors for sustainable development.
Post Growth Alliance
PMC is a member of the Post Growth Alliance. The Post Growth Alliance is a network of organizations all interested in exploring and inspiring paths to global prosperity that don’t rely on economic growth, but rather build and empower a broad-based global movement for identifying, inspiring, and implementing new approaches to global well-being.
Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition
PMC is a member of Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, a global partnership of public, private, and non-governmental organizations dedicated to ensuring that all people in low- and middle-income countries can access and use affordable, high-quality supplies to ensure better reproductive health.
PMC is a preferred vendor for UNICEF providing communication for development (C4D) strategic support services. UNICEF identified PMC’s proven content-production methodology and marketing strategies a fit with their “Multi-Media Production and Dissemination” needs. This partnership allows UNICEF offices around the world to work more easily with PMC.