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Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI) is a USA-based 501(c)(3) non-profit child rights organization established at Yale University in 2003. DCI protects the rights of children, stops child labor and blindness, and lifts distressed children in developing nations out of poverty and hunger. We achieve this mission by providing life necessities, family support, education, health care and vision care. In keeping with our motto of "Children Helping Children", we involve American youth in all our activities and connect them to less fortunate children in other countries. By participating in DCI's mission, they learn the challenges faced by other children and are called to service on their behalf, ultimately growing into responsible global citizens and future leaders. To learn more about DCI, please visit www.distressedchildren.org
Distressed Children and Infants International (DCI), is a nonprofit child rights organization based in Cheshire, CT. It was founded in 2005 to improve the socio-economic, educational, and health conditions of underprivileged children in the United States and worldwide. Most of us take for granted the basic necessities of life: food, water, shelter, health, education, and family. But there are millions of children in the world who lack these essential things. DCI's goal is to help provide these necessities to impoverished children throughout the world. At DCI, we have chosen sponsorship as the base program for helping children in developing countries because we have found that sponsorship is the most effective way to provide stable, long-term, ongoing services to the children and the families we serve. DCI also works with the families and communities of its sponsored children to develop sustainable income-generating activities for long-term prosperity.