PMC does not do this work alone. Non-governmental organizations around the world partner with PMC in mission-driven work dedicated to improving the lives of families and protecting the planet.
ADEMAS, the Agency for the Development of Social Marketing, is a Senegalese non-profit organization created in 1998 that designs behavior change programs to improve well-being and quality of life. ADEMAS accomplishes this mostly by providing education, information, and quality health care.
The Center for Biological Diversity believes that the welfare of human beings is directly linked to nature and there is an intrinsic value in diversity. Losing nature and natural resources impoverishes society. The Center focuses on preserving the land, water, and climate that species need to survive through science, law, and creative media.
The Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University strives to advance gender equality by educating men and women on family planning methods and reproductive health. They approach sexual education with scientific data translated into simple and practical guidelines designed for an entire community to be able to follow.
Located in London, Marie Stopes International is one of the largest international family planning organizations in the world, working with some of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable women. Their mission is to give people the choice of when and whether to have children. Marie Stopes International focuses on providing a full range of services to people who would otherwise not have access to them.
The Post Carbon Institute is a non-profit organization headquartered in Santa Rosa, California focusing on climate change by looking at a broad range of environmental, social, and economic crises. Post Carbon Institute addresses a broad range of issues - ranging from government to transportation to social justice to freshwater supply - but Post Carbon fellows specialize in various fields related to the organization’s mission, such as renewable energy, food, and water.
Texas A&M University was one of three primary implementors for USAID's Sustaining Partnerships to Enhance Rural Enterprise and Agribusiness Development (SPREAD) Project. PMC was funded through the SPREAD Project.
Founded in 1962, Welt Hunger Hilfe (World Hunger Aid) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization working in development cooperation and emergency relief aid. Their goal is to banish famine and poverty from the world. They promote self-empowerment while collaborating with local partner organizations to support the efforts of people in developing countries to free themselves of poverty and hunger.
CARE is a humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. They work especially close with poor women because, equipped with the proper resources, women can help entire communities escape poverty. CARE envisions a world of hope, tolerance, and social justice.
Emory University, located in Atlanta, Georgia, is internationally recognized for its outstanding liberal arts and leading health care systems education. Emory scholars and experts generate more than $500 million in research funding every year and contribute to numerous other initiatives aimed at improving the health and well-being of the public.
The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) was founded by Dr. Jane Goodall with the inspirational message that the well-being of our world relies on people taking an active interest in all living things. JGI believes that every individual matters and makes an impact. JGI is a global nonprofit committed to community-centered conservation, whether it be protecting chimpanzees and great apes in Africa while improving the lives of communities around ape habitat or supporting youth-led efforts around the world to improve their own communities.
Population Services International (PSI) is a registered non-profit global health organization with programs targeting malaria, safe water, child survival, HIV, and reproductive health. Founded in 1970, the organization is dedicated to improving the health conditions of people in the developing world.
Rotarian Action Group on Population and Sustainable Development (RFPD) believes that humanity has reached a breaking point with respect to interlocking issues of overpopulation, unsustainable development, and human suffering. Surveys show that one in every three pregnancies is unwanted. RFPD hopes to provide access to family planning to every woman or man who desires it.
TREE AID sees poverty and environmental protection as inseparable issues and approach these issues with what they call a “Two for One” solution, which breaks the cycle of poverty and the progression of environmental decline. TREE AID incorporates four key themes into all of their projects: 1. access and rights to natural resources, 2. looking after the environment, 3. nutrition and food security, and 4. enterprise and trade. They work in the drylands of Africa, including Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Mali and Niger, where the need is the highest and they can have the greatest impact.