85% of our total operating expenses fund programs for children. So the majority of your dollars go toward exactly what you intended - supporting children in poverty.
Successful Secondary School Certificate Exams
DCI Celebrates World Day Against Child Labor
DCI launches ‘Children Helping Children’ in Canada
DCI North Dakota Scholarship
There are 134 SCSP Children preparing themselves for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam for 2019 & 2020. In 2018 DCI’s started a quarterly model test and special coaching to improve the students’ academic performance. 17 of the best students got the scholarship, which was based on the to two model tests. The DCI North Dakota Chapter is providing the scholarship.
DCI SunChild Girls Compete in BENUKA Institute of Fine Art's Competition
Extra-Curricular activities help to induce confidence in children from a very early stage of development. DCI’s SunChild Home girls have the opportunities to learn extra-curricular activities. They have flourished their abilities by competing in competitions. Every year the BENUKA Institute of Fine Arts arranges a competition. DCI’s girls have participated regularly and win prizes consistently.This year they have won 2nd prize in dance, 2nd prize in drawing and 3rd prize in the music competition. We are very proud of our girls!
Barika Miraza’s Impact Volunteering
How are you changing the world?
Volunteering can be a great way to meet people, learn valuable skills and help indigent people of our community. That’s why we’re spotlighting volunteering abroad to make an impact in our community.This is Barika Mirza who lives in the USA and recently she completed her First year Bachelor’s from Virginia Commonwealth University. Barika is enthusiastic about volunteering at Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI). Her role involves working with the duty doctor and follow treatment procedure, participate antenatal and postnatal information keeping and awareness session, field visits with social worker, Medicine disbursement and help to serve patients nebulization and diabetic test in DCI’s Health Clinic. She also work with the fourth and fifth graders at DCI’s SunChild Home (for orphans). She is helping change the world with DCI, and so can you!