After-School Reading Camp Improves Learning Outcomes

Since 2003, PM-International partners with World Vision, a relief, development, and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families, and communities. We work together towards implementing sustainable solutions for the development of infrastructure, education, sanitation, and self-sufficiency. In Ghana, for example, the educational standard has significantly improved thanks to the work of World Vision and the engagement of the…

How PM We Care Changes Lives

This is Chamika from Ghana. PM-International supported her as one of the sponsored children from March 2007 until August 2015. Today she is 19 years old, married, and a mother of children. To shape her own secure future, she has realized her dream and did an apprenticeship to become a seamstress. The World Vision development…

Indonesia Welcomes “PM We Care”

Since 2018, PM-International proudly sponsors 1,300 children all around the world. This is only possible thanks to the generous contribution of our Team Partners and customers. Not only the children, but also their families, and communities benefit from our cooperation with the organization World Vision. Together, we work towards implementing sustainable solutions for the development of…

Cambodian Stories

During an incredible trip to Cambodia PM-International’s Charity Ambassador, Vicki Sorg, had the opportunity to experience the joy and excitement of the sponsored children as well as interacting with them personally. Discover three special stories below. Open the door and make kids happy! One of the trip’s highlights was the birthday party celebration for the…

Charity Ambassador Vicki Sorg in Cambodia - PM-International

New Hope for Kids in Cambodia

Cambodia is one of the countries that have experienced a lot of economic progress in the past years. Nevertheless, around 72% of the inhabitants live on less than three Euros per day and when it comes to education and health, the children are the ones who suffer the most. PM-International together with World Vision decided…

The New Life of Krishna

This is the story about a brave little girl named Krishna. Like any other seven-year-old girl she likes to paint and play with dolls together with her friends. There’s only one thing that distinguishes her from the others, she has a huge tumor growing in her jaw. It deforms her face but, much worse, makes…

Vicki Sorg World vision

The Culture of Sustainable Charity

The new year is around the corner and I’m reminiscing about the exciting adventures and great achievements of the Charity work at PM-International in 2017, all in collaboration with the great people at World Vision. So much has happened: exciting trips, successful campaigns and a lot of happy children. And I’m already curious what 2018 will…