We don’t tell the community what to do, they tell us. 

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We developed over 340 public-private partnerships and trained more than 74,000 people to help them improve their livelihoods.

We supported almost 2 million people in over 8,400 communities to help them direct their own livelihoods

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We loaned or facilitated 103,058 loans worth over $502,533,000 to entrepreneurs, homeowners and small and medium enterprises.


We supported and trained 30 national government departments and over 280 local, regional or municipal governments to meet the needs of their constituent communities.

Annual Report

Global Communities and Project Concern International Joint 2020 Annual Report

In April 2020, Global Communities announced our merger with global development organization Project Concern International (PCI). We’re happy to share successes from both our organizations in our joint 2020 Annual Report. Drawing from decades of experience combating epidemics and communicable diseases, learn how our global program teams met the challenges of COVID-19 with ingenuity, skill and compassion, helping families in conflict zones and hard-hit communities around the world continue to access critical health information, food and other services.

Please click here to read our 2020 Annual Report

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See more of our awards here.

John P. McNulty Prize Finalist - Global Communities Palestine Country Director, Lana Abu-Hijleh, was announced as Laureate for the 10th annual John P. McNulty Prize for her work helping youth in Palestine and Honduras on youth local councils.


Global Communities’ PROPEL project in South Sudan case study was recognized as one of 10 winners in the 2017 USAID Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) Case Competition.

Global Communities was named Member of Year for its contributions and dedicated engagement with The SEEP Network.


Global Communities Ghana's Digni-Loo Case Study won the USAID Private Sector Engagement Award