Achievements over the last year
Highlights of PCI’s work and impact are shared in our Annual Reports, which also provide a financial overview of our organisation in any given year.
Catalysing change through learning
Our ‘Primary Care Practice’ series launched in June 2022. It aims to capture learning from our projects that can be accessible to all and generate debate on the wider application of PCI-tested intervention models.
Reports and evaluations
Global Hearts journal – Empowering primary healthcare workers to decentralise NCD care in Mozambique
Unpreparedness of health professionals to address NCDs at peripheral health facilities is a critical health system challenge in Mozambique. To address this weakness and decentralize NCD care, training of the primary care workforce is needed. This article shares our experience in the design and implementation of a cascade training of trainers (ToT) intervention to strengthen the prevention and control of cardiovascular disease. Empowering Frontline Primary Healthcare Workers in a Global Health Partnership Training of Trainers Intervention to Strengthen the Prevention and Control of Cardiovascular Disease in Mozambique
BMJ Global Health – NCDs in humanitarian settings
This co-authored article shares learning from our partnership with UNHCR in a BMJ Global Health special issue: Strengthening the primary care workforce to deliver high-quality care for non-communicable diseases in refugee settings: lessons learnt from a UNHCR partnershipRead the article here
HIP Impact report
Impacts and learnings from our 5-year multi-country ‘Healthcare Innovation Programme’ (HIP). The programme focused on strengthening primary care and tackling NCDs through partnerships with a range of partners, from grassroots NGOs to Ministries of Health.
Evaluation of the UNHCR’s Caring for Refugees with NCDs Project
An external evaluation of this multi-country project, undertaken in partnership between UNHCR and PCI found that the NCD training was recognised as relevant, timely and filling an important gap in NCD knowledge and systems.