Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI) is a U.S.- based international non-profit child rights organization founded at Yale University in 2003 and now headquartered in Harvard Square, Cambridge.
DCI’s is committed to protecting child rights, preventing blindness, and ending child labor and poverty worldwide by involving, empowering, and developing the leadership of local American youth. DCI is currently seeking motivated volunteers/interns of all ages to join our mission for children and women in need both locally and worldwide. DCI’s volunteer program is designed according to the interests and career goals of each volunteer. DCI’s motto is “Children Helping Children,” and thus, it strives to create a platform and network for our volunteer’s future leadership and success. Working with DCI provides young Americans with a wonderful learning opportunity and helps them to develop the compassion and leadership skills that will make them the next generation of responsible global citizens. To learn more about our unique approach to humanitarian work, please visit our website: https://distressedchildren.org/
To learn more about our unique approach to humanitarian work, please visit our website: https://distressedchildren.org/
To sign up as a volunteer/intern, please contact:
Ehsan Hoque, MBBS, Ph.D.
Founder and Honorary Executive Director,
Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI)
50 Church Street, 5th Fl., Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone# +1-857-292-9186, +1-203-376-6351