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During the COVID-19 pandemic PCPM is working in Georgia

In the COVID-19 pandemic reality PCPM is implementing the project “Increasing access to online public services by supporting public libraries in the mountainous remote regions of Georgia” financed by Polish Aid programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland.

Polish aid for refugees. PCPM ships modular homes to Syria and Greece

The PCPM Foundation will take care of the safety of hundreds of families in the Syrian province of Idlib, where a huge humanitarian crisis occurs, and on the Greek islands where people fleeing Syria are camping. More than 650 special modular homes are ready for transportation.

We trained half of all Kenyan firefighters. During a pandemic, we learn online

We are implementing the largest Polish development aid project in Africa: we have trained half of the firefighters working in all counties of Kenya. The professionalization of the Kenyan guard, which is facing increasing challenges due to climate change, continues.

Ecological crops and agricultural cooperatives in Lebanon thanks to help from Poland

A leaky and old sewage system in Lebanon harms the environment and takes away jobs, crops and food. Polluted fields cannot be exploited and the inhabitants, apart from the lack of access to clean water, live in an environment constantly flooded by waste. The PCPM Foundation is repairing the water and sanitary infrastructure. We also support Lebanese agricultural cooperatives and strengthen the export of products to the European Union

We train medics in the West Bank in Palestine (2019)

Although paramedics are not lacking in the West Bank, Palestine, proper training is, and that is what the Polish Centre for International Aid (PCPM) is providing to the Palestinian population.

Crisis in South Sudan. PCPM helps children survive hunger

7 million population of South Sudan is affected by hunger at this moment. The aid organizations, which provide and distribute food from outside, bring mainly sorgo – dry food for adult people. PCPM is the only organization, which supports Nutrition Center in Gordhim and provides the food for children under five.

Female firefighters are driven by passion for the job in Kenya

In Kenya, for 48 million inhabitants, there are only 900 firefighters. A Kenyan firefighter earns just $200 a month but passion drives them to do their job. Women are increasingly willing to join the service, serving both personal goals and their local communities.