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.
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
Havard and Jeremy’s most recent trip to Phaeton is best characterized as one of affirmation: The commitment of the community to our Noah’s Ark school is growing. Our teachers are doing a good job. The 82 children now attending Noah’s Ark are getting healthier and thriving at school. Pictures of
TCI has been working in Catdang, Vietnam since 1991, in one iteration or another. We started out by running electricity to a cluster of very poor villages, building water tanks, providing water filters and piping clean water, and a host of other community improvements. Since we officially became TCI twelve