Children International was awarded a grant from the Guru Krupa Foundation to fund the Learning Resource Center & Tutoring and Early Childhood Care & Development (ECCD) programs in Delhi, India. About 250 young children are in the ECCD program, and 1,560 children are in the Learning Resource Center & Tutoring Program.
Children International Colombia was awarded for its Education and Health programs by the Ministerio de Prosperidad Social. This recognition is awarded to key allies that contribute to innovative projects in the battle to overcome poverty, offer local programs and projects, form alliances with the private sector and NGOs, and work to close digital gaps, among other needs.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (December 2, 2021): In partnership with the Guru Krupa Foundation, Children International is helping bridge the education gap that the coronavirus pandemic has worsened for many preschool, primary and high secondary students in Delhi, India. An investment from Guru Krupa Foundation entirely funded Children International’s Early Childhood Care & Development (ECCD) and Learning Resource Centers & Tutoring (LRCT) programs in 2021, both of which are being delivered virtually or by phone for families who do not have devices.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Children International has received a grant of more than $1.5 million from the Windgate Foundation to support education and outreach programs for central Arkansas children.
Children International, a global charity that helps children in poverty has received a large donation in the newly created cryptocurrency from ELONGATE. Soon after its formation, ELONGATE named CI the recipient of its very first charitable donation.
Susana Eshleman was the guest on Joel Goldberg's "Rounding the Bases" podcast, which focuses on Kansas City leaders and innovators. Susana discusses a range of topics, including her childhood in Argentina and her journey on the way to becoming president and CEO of Children International.
Youth civic engagement activities and programs give children and youth the opportunity to develop their skills and talents; participate in political, economic and social conversations; and lead change in their communities.
Children International's program manager, Joey Echaluce, and youth council president, Julius, 18, both from the Philippines, will be keynote speakers at People to People International’s 2014 Global Youth Forum in Kansas City.
Mike Epler is taking on the Grand to Grand Ultra 170-mile stage race through northwest Arizona and southern Utah to raise money for Children International’s English as a Second Language (ESL) program in the Dominican Republic.