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Rolling the Credits on 2021: Year-End Photo Gallery

Dec 06, 2021

It’s time to roll the credits on 2021, and we’re celebrating our global audience and local creative teams.

We make shows that remake our world, inspiring action. Our on-site writing and production teams fill the studio with talent, and our loyal listeners catalyze change in their communities. Together, these change-makers create a more equitable, flourishing world for all people and ecosystems.

We shared several transformative stories from the field in our publications this year, yet we are thrilled to release this end-of-year photo gallery filled with images of the places and faces that make our work meaningful.

The Places and Faces of 2021: PMC’s Year-End Photo Gallery

Five people in a gym gather around a radio to listen
Toma Mi Mano fans in Mexico who came to the mobile clinic event.
Service providers from MEXFAM pose for a photo between appointments.
PMC-Mexico Country Director Cecilia (right) preparing for a day of health clinic appointments with MEXFAM.
Woman in field collects hay
Photo captured during a visit in Nepal.
Portrait of woman in India.
A listener in Nepal sits down for an interview with our team.
Young mother holds her child outside in a small town in Nepal
Photo captured during a visit in Nepal.
Andrew, on our PMC-Uganda team, gifts a loyal fan a new radio.
Members of PMC-Uganda in the recording studio.
Members of PMC-Uganda huddled together with their hands together, ready to say a cheer.
The PMC-Uganda team celebrating all their hard work.
A behind-the-scenes look at one of our partner stations in Uganda.
From PMC-Guatemala’s training event with Mayan Midwives.
PMC-Guatamala Country Director Natalia coaches midwives on radio dictation techniques.
Natalia and Karin, who led the training, handed out certificates to each participant at the end of the training.
When PMC-Kenya first launched Maisha Pakacha, staff went on a promotional tour in the broadcast region.
The PMC-Kenya team on a tour meeting show fans.
A group of children our PMC-Kenya team met while visiting audiences around the country.