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The authorities and residents of the Lebanese capital are beneficiaries of the „Cash for Work” program implemented in Beirut by PCPM

The authorities of the capital of Lebanon emphasize the high effectiveness of the help that PCPM brings to the city through the "Cash for Work" program, i.e. commissioning minor infrastructural and cleaning works to the local community. The beneficiaries of the program are also the poorest inhabitants of Beirut – both Lebanese and Syrians – for whom work provided by the PCPM is often the only source of income.

Our Polish Aid program partner visited PCPM Kenyan Firefighting Training Center in Kiambu

The Polish Secretary of State Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak visited our Firefighting and Emergency Service Training Center in the Kenyan capital. We presented the project outline, the actions implemented in close cooperation with Polish Aid, and the up-to-date needs of the Fire and Emergency Service Department in Kenya.

New fire station in Makindu, Kenya thanks to Polish aid and PCPM Foundation

Thanks to Polish Aid funding, PCPM is piloting a cost-effective fire station design. On 22 July, the Polish Ambassador accompanied by PCPM CEO inaugurated a new fire station in Makindu, Makueni County.

What does it take to be a firefighter and rescuer in Kenya [VIDEO]

In case you have missed a story on K24Tv, here it is. New firefighters being trained at Fire And Rescue Training Centre, Kenya - Firetrack. We at PCPM feel proud! Thanks to Polish Aid!

Kenya. Annual general meeting and conference 2021

Heads of Fire Brigades from 2/3 of local governments of Kenya gathered this Friday and Saturday for the second conference of Chief Fire Officers Association, Kenya, supported by Polish Center for International Aid. This was a great opportunity to meet and confer with Fire Chiefs from all over Kenya, from Marsabit in the North to Narok in the South and from Kilifi on the Coast of the Indian Ocean to Bungoma on the Ugandan border.

The PCPM Foundation with the largest pool of funds for development aid

We are starting the next stages of aid in Lebanon, Palestine, Ethiopia and Kenya. As part of the MFA (Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs) competition "Polish Development Aid 2021", the PCPM Foundation will receive grants for the implementation of new development projects in these countries.

Solidarity with Cyprus on helping refugees

Cyprus is a country where refugees represent 4% of the population. This is the largest ratio in the entire European Union. There are not enough places where refugee families could find shelter, which is why the PCPM Foundation has engaged in concrete help. The Foundation delivered modular homes recommended by UNHCR.

It’s ecological and safer in Lebanon thanks to solar lanterns

Thanks to the support of Polish aid, the PCPM Foundation was able to illuminate one of the main arteries in the Akkar district in Lebanon. The road connects the places where Poles help Syrian refugees. Almost 100 solar lamps installed there will improve road safety and reduce air pollution caused by exhaust fumes from power generators.