TCPI Promotes Sustainable Development at SIDS Conference

TCPI Promotes Sustainable Development at SIDS Conference FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Omar Tungekar Phone: +1 512-651-3742 ext. 706 E-mail: omar.tungekar@helpthemtoday.org New York, NY—July 10, 2014— The Children’s Project International (TCPI) announced today plans to participate in the UN’s Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS). The conference is TCPI’s most recent partnership initiative at a time when the organization has increased its international advocacy profile through...

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United Nations

United Nations

United Nations Grants Special Consultative Status to TCPI FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Omar Tungekar Phone: +1 512-651-3742 ext. 706 E-mail: omar.tungekar@helpthemtoday.org New York, NY—July 2, 2014— The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has granted special consultative status to The Children’s Project International (TCPI), an international non-governmental organization dedicated to improving the welfare of children in underdeveloped regions of the globe. Special consultative status provides a select group of...

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Rio+20

Rio+20 and The Future We Want The largest event in United Nations History, the Rio+20 conference on sustainable development, brought together representatives of governments across the globe as well as representatives of civil society, including TCPI policy advocates, to adopt an agenda for sustainable development. Concluding at the end of June, the conference adopted a resolution, a 53-page document entitled “The Future We Want,” incorporating priorities identified by TCPI’s policy advocacy program. The document reaffirms key principles...

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Clean Drinking Water

Clean Drinking Water

TCPI Works to Quench India’s Thirst FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Omar Tungekar Phone: +1 512-651-3742 ext. 706 E-mail: omar.tungekar@helpthemtoday.org Austin, TX—January 25, 2012— Nearly 1 billion people worldwide suffer a lack of access to clean water. Boasting the second largest population in the world, India suffers acutely from the effects of water insecurity, which is why The Children’s Project International (TCPI) has undertaken an initiative to address a critically unmet need for the more than 100 million Indians without...

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World AIDS Day

The Children’s Project International joins organizations and individuals around the globe to recognize a human tragedy this World AIDS Day. According to UNAIDS estimates, there are now 34 million people living with HIV, most of whom live in poor, developing countries. Home to just 10% of the world’s population, sub-Saharan Africa represents 60% of all AIDS infections with mother-to-child transmission posing a real threat to the most vulnerable human beings. Last year alone, UNAIDS estimates 390,000 children were newly infected with HIV....

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