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With every FitLine product sold, PM-International gives an ‘Hour of Life’ to children and better chances while growing up.
What we achieved so far
Sponsored children as long-term goal
Donations since 1993
Represents five children and their families
donated in the last two years
Experience charity visits
Every child has the right to develop in the best possible way. By doing what we love every single day, bringing the products and our business opportunity into the world, we can make a difference. I am so happy and privileged to be a part of that and I am thankful for everyone contributing to PM We Care.
Together, we’re making a big impact.
Meet our sponsored children throughout the globe
Lasting impact for entire communities
What is an Area Program? We are engaged in regional development projects, called Area Programs that are planned and implemented together with locals and run for approximately 15 years. Together with World Vision it is our main goal to empower people to help themselves. Currently PM-International supports three Area Programs in:
Focus on: HEALTH and NUTRITION
703 sponsored children
In Bundi, we help to provide health care and clean water to malnourished children. Our goal is to decrease malnutrition: it is still a big contributor to child mortality in this area.
Los Libertadores, Peru
Focus on: EDUCATION and LIVING CONDITIONS
500 sponsored children
In Peru, our help focuses on education and supporting new income streams. Our goal is to improve the living conditions in the community.
Tshitshi Madabe, Zimbabwe
Focus on: ACCESS TO WATER, HYGIENE AND SANITATION
700 sponsored children
In Zimbabwe, households travel more than 4km to access water. We address this issue by improving access to portable water, hygiene and sanitation.
Little known facts
Globally, 1 in 9 people are hungry or undernourished.Here is what we are doing…
Only 17% of children in low-income countries are enrolled in pre-schoolHere is what we are doing…
250 Million children either don’t make it to grade 4 or lack the basic skills in reading, writing and math by the time they reach grade 4Here is what we are doing…
6km, a little more than 3.7 miles, is the average distance round trip women and children in the developing world walk for waterHere is what we are doing…
2.4 billion people (about one-third of the global population) lack access to basic sanitation services, such as toilets or latrinesHere is what we are doing…