Dr. Hoque to Attend DCI Arizona Chapter Journey for Child Rights & Sight Event in Arizona on Oct. 6

Executive Director of Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI) Dr. Ehsan Hoque has been invited to address the DCI Arizona Chapter’s Opening Ceremony and “Journey for Child Rights & Sight” event in Mesa, Arizona on October 6th. There, he will be speaking on the topic of “DCI: Changing Children’s Lives in Bangladesh and How US Youth Can Benefit from Getting Involved”. Please see the event details below.
VENUE: Rhodes Junior High School, 1860 S Longmore , Mesa, AZ 85202 Tel# (480)-472-2300
DATE and TIME: Saturday, October 6, 2012, 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

During his stay in Arizona, Dr. Hoque would like to meet you and show you what changes DCI has achieved with the support of concerned people like you. Most importantly, he would like to have the opportunity to meet all of DCI’s sponsors, donors, and supporters personally and say thank you for their continued support, effort and dedication to DCI’s mission.

DCI invites all its sponsors, donors and friends to attend the 2012 DCI Arizona Chapter Journey for Child Rights and Sight event and listen to Dr. Hoque’s presentation. It will focus on how DCI is changing the lives of underprivileged children in Bangladesh and will also illustrate the lifelong benefits U.S. children are gaining by volunteering for DCI. You will have the opportunity to meet Dr. Hoque personally and ask any questions you might have about DCI’s work with children. You can also learn more about DCI’s work at the DCI Information Booth at this event.

During his stay in Arizona, Dr. Hoque is also planning to meet DCI members and supporters from Arizona and other parts of the USA. On his return visit, he will also visit Las Vegas to meet with the DCI team there. To learn more about or attend any of these events, please contact DCI’s office at dci@distressedchildren.org

Please join DCI in its fight against poverty, child labor, and preventable blindness in Bangladesh. Dr. Ehsan Hoque and other DCI volunteers are available for interviews. If you are working on child rights issues and want to contact Dr. Hoque, or if you have any questions or comments, please contact DCI at 203-376-6351 or info@distressedchildren.org.