Promit Sinha: World Day Against Child Labour 2020; Voices of DCI Youth Leaders

Imagine having no independence, choice, or ability to sustain a life you can thrive in. Over the time that I have been working with DCI I have seen the stories of kids that are simply unimaginable. In the history of the United States, we have all learned about the Civil War, President Lincoln, and Salvery. How many of these kids live is no different than that. Being stripped from an education, a stable home, and even their families, children around the world are being forced to work for others for next to nothing in pay. Little food, little shelter, and often, little care. 

At DCI, we have a commitment to work tirelessly to aid these kids who are deprived of everything that we ourselves have. It is not only a matter of giving back. It is a matter of rescue. There are children who die from the conditions they are forced to survive in. They need the help to obtain their own inalienable rights, and we need your help to get them. We kids are the future of change, and coming together is the only way to make that change happen. On behalf of DCI, please consider joining our efforts in making a difference today for World Day Against Child Labor. On behalf of all the underprivileged children we support, thank you again for your support and commitment in our mission against poverty, hunger, child labor, and preventable blindness.

Promit Sinha
Youth Leader, Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI)

About Promit Sinha
Promit Sinha from Nashua, New Hampshire is a high school senior with the intention of majoring Neuroscience in college for Pre-Med. Currently an intern for DCI, he spends plenty of time to aid his local and distant communities. Initially, through an event in which he performed with his musical talent, he has been a member of the DCI team since 2018 and has been dedicated to its mission ever since.