Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) is one of the nation’s preeminent independent, nonprofit organizations focusing on individual and social problems associated with the use of alcohol and other drugs. PIRE is dedicated to merging scientific knowledge and proven practice to create solutions that improve the health, safety, and well-being of individuals, communities, nations, and the world. The Institute has a significant national presence in the area of prevention, with funded research projects at its ten research centers located around the country.
PIRE scientists and practitioners continually focus on the design and implementation of complex program evaluation strategies and the conduct of research related to health and social issues, including criminal justice. PIRE provides training and technical assistance in many health-related areas to states and communities that are attempting to mitigate the effects of alcohol and other drug abuse. Visit client website
The Luke Commission
The Luke Commission (TLC) is a faith-based, non-profit organization operating in Swaziland since 2005. Dr. Harry and Echo (PAC) VanderWal work with a team of 15 highly-trained Swazis to deliver 40-50 comprehensive care clinics to 25,000 rural patients a year in the country with the highest HIV/AIDS rate worldwide. TLC provides basic medical care, counseling, testing, referrals and follow up for TB, HIV/AIDS, diabetes and hypertension, prescriptions, vision care and eye glasses, disabilities assessment and assistive devices (wheelchairs, crutches and walkers), sponsored surgeries and long term care, delivering over 65,000 medical services a year. Visit client website
Trash Mountain Project
Trash Mountain Project is currently serving in a variety of locations including the Dominican Republic, Honduras, the Philippines, Bolivia and Kenya. In each community, we work alongside local partners and tailor our work to the needs in that specific community, but we strive to follow our core model of providing nutrition, discipleship training, education and health care. Visit client website
AgroWorld (AGW) will provide products and services to farmers at the right price, right place and right time utilizing a franchisee network with an advanced IT platform that will make farming commercially viable in all agricultural sectors with a special focus on marginalized farmers. Visit client website
Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Africa
NCM-Africa has been instrumental in mobilizing resources and developing initiatives to respond compassionately to the neediest, most marginalized people in poor rural and urban communities. Throughout the 36 countries where the Church of the Nazarene is ministering in Sub-Saharan Africa, NCM-Africa has been developing such projects as community-based health care, education and nutrition for children, agricultural training, disaster response, and HIV/AIDS prevention and outreach programs. Throughout NCM-Africa, they tangibly demonstrate the love of Christ – promoting and developing a compassionate lifestyle in those with whom they work. Visit client website
Nazarene Theology College
NTC’s mission is to train men and women, clergy and laity for ministry in the African context so that they may in turn be able to serve God in the Church, in their communities, and in the world. SAI is working with NTC to design an innovative dual degree program. Visit client website
Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Swaziland
NCM Swaziland is a new NGO formed in 2009 to carry out projects to address HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment and care of orphans. These projects include Saving A Generation, Water for A Generation, and the Community Linkages Project sub-award from CDC. SAI supports NCM Swaziland in the design, implementation and management of their programs.