The Children’s Initiative is dedicated to improving the lives of children in developing countries through strategic, long-term investments in community-based projects and programs. TCI works in partnership with local communities to help them realize their aspirations for their children.
Charlie Miller and Jeremy Hubball founded The Children’s Initiative in 2005 as an international social service project to improve the health and education of children in resource-starved communities.
Jeremy just returned from a highly successful trip to Phaeton to launch the Building Project for TCI’s Noah’s Ark School. The initial phase consists of a new 6 classroom building, with new latrines and a dining pavilion to follow. The current facilities are woefully inadequate with two grades in a
Havard and Jeremy just returned from a very successful trip to Phaeton to visit our Noah’s Ark School. We have a steady attendance of 82 kids daily, and we expect the student body to grow to over 90 next fall. The school is functioning well, our teachers are dedicated to
This trip had many purposes, among which were to: Witness the the first 12th grade graduation from ICSM and the fourth 9th grade graduation Attend the provincial wide SAT graduation in Yoro, in which we were participants Gauge the success of our new food delivery service to the poorest students