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Tapp website review

  1. 1. Children International Website Review <br />Markisha Tapp<br />HDFS 892<br />May 27, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Children international website<br />Sponsor A Child and Help Needy Children Through the Children International Sponsorship Program (2011). Children International.http://www2.children.org/en/us/Pages/home.aspx?sid=BD04CB2F-4DEE-4FE7-A30A-E6D737AF4091<br />www.children.org<br />
  3. 3. What is children international?<br /> Children International is a non-profit, humanitarian organization, formerly known as Holy land Christian Mission Academy, founded in 1936. This organization helps to decrease poverty on children. The sponsorship solution is designed to help provide educational, material, and emotional aid to impoverished children around the world. These services are provided in order to give the children the opportunity to break the cycle of poverty and realize their full potential. <br />Vision: Our vision is that every child graduates from our program as a healthy, educated, self-reliant adult with the ability and drive to break free from poverty while improving their own communities.<br />Mission: Our mission is to bring real and lasting change to children living in poverty. In partnership with contributors, we reduce their daily struggles, invest in their potential, and provide them with the opportunity to grow up healthy, educated and prepared to succeed and contribute to society.<br />Goal: Our goal is to truly affect the lives of impoverished children, their families and communities through our programs to relieve the burdens these people face and improve their quality of life.<br />Sponsor A Child and Help Needy Children Through the Children International Sponsorship Program (2011). Children International.http://www2.children.org/en/us/Pages/home.aspx?sid=BD04CB2F-4DEE-4FE7-A30A-E6D737AF4091<br />
  4. 4. Children International Locations<br />Children International operates 16 agencies in Central and South America, Asia, Africa, and the United States. <br />Chile<br />Colombia<br />Ecuador<br />Guatemala<br />Honduras<br />India<br />Mexico<br />Zambia<br />Dominican Republic<br />Sponsor A Child and Help Needy Children Through the Children International Sponsorship Program (2011). Children International.http://www2.children.org/en/us/Pages/home.aspx?sid=BD04CB2F-4DEE-4FE7-A30A-E6D737AF4091<br />
  5. 5. The Children Served<br />Rural Area, poverty stricken children.<br />Selection Criteria: <br />Ages 2-9<br />State of economic hardship<br />Living in an area with other sponsored children<br />Be in a stable enough environment that allows consistent long-term contact between child and staff<br />No more than four sponsored children in one family<br />Heads of families must cooperate<br />Meeting Individual needs: Receiving sponsorship for the opportunity to get services from/ support from doctors, teachers, agency staff, and mothers of other sponsored children in the community.<br />Child Participation: Involves receiving health and dental care, educational support, nutritional screenings and assistance, clothing, shoes, and other material benefits. Sending and receiving letters, pictures, and drawings. As they move to teens, they get involved in the Youth Program where they learn leadership skills, civic responsibility, and participating in vocational training or preparing for college. Many sponsored youth give back to the organization by tutoring young sponsored children and providing them positive role models. <br />Sponsor A Child and Help Needy Children Through the Children International Sponsorship Program (2011). Children International.http://www2.children.org/en/us/Pages/home.aspx?sid=BD04CB2F-4DEE-4FE7-A30A-E6D737AF4091<br />
  6. 6. How Children International Helps the children<br />Sponsorship Programs: Monthly sponsorship contributions make sure their most basic needs are met, such as: health care and medicine, family assistance, nutritional assistance, educational support.<br />Housing Programs: Children International house programs are designed to help poor families in serious need have safe, stable homes. Depending on the families situation, Children International’s housing programs may provide building supplies, repair materials, new homes, basic furnishings, and disaster or emergency aid. <br />Community Projects: Children International house offers both community centers and medical clinics. Medical and dental clinics, a library, meeting spaces, and family services all in one easily accessible facility. <br />Sponsor A Child and Help Needy Children Through the Children International Sponsorship Program (2011). Children International.http://www2.children.org/en/us/Pages/home.aspx?sid=BD04CB2F-4DEE-4FE7-A30A-E6D737AF4091<br />
  7. 7. Extras<br />This website offers several different ways for people to donate to the organization and sponsor the children in need. <br />The website also gives the opportunity for those that speak Spanish to view it in Spanish. <br />The website also has a place for visitors to join in and login to make their own account. <br />
  8. 8. In relation to pyd….<br />This is an excellent website. Not only is it attractive and informative, but it really allows viewers to get to know and understand the organization and its purpose. Though this site is geared towards getting recognition, donors, and sponsorship this could be very useful for Youth Developers as well. Not only does this website raise awareness of poverty stricken youth, but it allows for Youth Developers to be more aware, diverse, and knowledgeable of the conditions of underprivileged youth. In turn, these things only make better Youth Developers because they are able to know and understand the backgrounds and conditions of many different youth, not just Youth in certain places. <br />I would definitely recommend this website to anyone trying to learn more about underprivileged youth in other countries. Not only were there statistics and facts to back up the information, but it was enjoyable to read. <br />

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