Rural Medical Care

Rural Medical Care

The Children’s Project International joined its Indian partner, Manthan Apang Kanya Seva Sankul, to provide medical assistance to the people of Gujarat state and a simple solution to the issue of access to health care. TCPI provided a medical clinic to deliver primary …health care to 300 patients with transportation available to patients facing critical medical barriers to access. The clinic provided primary medical care for patients without access to modern medical facilities and offered critical interventions, including free...

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World Health Organization

World Health Organization

TCPI Pledges Action on WHO Goals For Immediate Release Contact: Omar Tungekar Phone: +1-512-651-3742 ext. 706 E-mail: omar.tungekar@helpthemtoday.org Delhi, India—November 11, 2010—Members of the international community will convene in New Delhi for the World Health Organization’s Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health forum. Representatives of The Children’s Project International (TCPI) will be there to speak of their experiences, learn from their colleagues and advocate for sustained action on the ground. The recently...

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Poverty Eradication

Poverty Eradication

TCPI Statement on the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty It helps to know you’re not alone. So today we stand in solidarity with destitute victims across the developing world in recognition of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Life in the developing world is often a struggle. Children face terrible odds in surviving diseases and obtaining a quality education. Girls face especially long odds due to gender discrimination. In many parts of the world getting clean water to drink can take a day’s worth of...

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World Health Organization

World Health Organization

TCPI Joins Forces with WHO Newest Member of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health For Immediate Release Contact: Ryan Steed Phone: +1-512-651-3742 ext. 701 E-mail: ryansteed@helpthemtoday.org Austin, TX—May 26, 2010—Members of The Children’s Project International reaffirmed their commitment to the children of the developing world today as the group’s board of directors announced the organization’s acceptance in the World Health Organization Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH). Membership in...

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