Fourth High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness

During an era when tight donor budgets promise to prolong the scarcity faced by developing nations, The Children’s Project International applauds U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for renewing America’s commitment to global development. Today the Secretary travels to Busan, South Korea to meet with aid groups at the High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness. With U.S. aid policies serving as an international role model for other donor nations, TCPI could not be more pleased with Secretary Clinton’s interest in effective aid. Since its...

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TCPI Scholarship Awards

TCPI Scholarship Awards

TCPI Announces Scholarship Awards FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Omar Tungekar Phone: +1 512-651-3742 ext. 706 E-mail: omar.tungekar@helpthemtoday.org Austin, TX—September 14, 2011— The Children’s Project International (TCPI) announced today the newest recipients of its scholarship awards. The scholarships represent an essential aspect of TCPI’s Orphan, Vulnerable Children and Urban Slum Relief (OVCUSR) Program, which seeks to break the cycle of poverty by empowering the next generation. By providing material support to humanitarian...

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Horn of Africa

Horn of Africa

With famine affecting more than 12 million people in the Horn of Africa, The Children’s Project International (TCPI) praises the United States’ $105 million pledge to alleviate hunger in Somalia. The crisis that has struck Africa comes at a time of economic uncertainty for many Western nations, but the current drought, the worst in 60 years, has created a rapidly deteriorating humanitarian situation for Somalis. United Nations officials estimate 100,000 rural villagers have flooded Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, in search of scarce food...

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Today is World Refugee Day

Today is World Refugee Day

Millions of children around the world are testing the limits of their resiliency today: World Refugee Day. Displaced by war, persecution and abuse, a 15-year high of 43.7 million refugees have been forced from their homes and children, innocent victims of these conflicts, bear a heavy burden as they are forced to cope with a childhood without a home. 15,000 child refugees go to bed tonight without a parent, struggling to survive in a foreign land alone. Though refugees flee their homes in search of better conditions, 80% of displaced persons...

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Helping Handicapped Girls

Helping Handicapped Girls

TCPI Provides Assistance for Handicapped Girls FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Omar Tungekar Phone: +1 512-651-3742 ext. 706 E-mail: omar.tungekar@helpthemtoday.org Austin, TX—May 9, 2011— The Children’s Project International (TCPI) takes great pride in announcing a joint initiative with its partner Manthan Apang Kanya Seva Sankul to support the education of the young physically or mentally challenged girls who call Manthan home. TCPI has long advanced the idea that every child deserves a quality education regardless of gender, social...

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