Children of Tomorrow partners with many organizations both in the United States as well as in other focus countries. We have collaborated with the following organizations to develop our programs. We work very seriously with our partners to ensure effective program deliveries in these respective communities.
Development in Literacy
Developments in Literacy (DIL) is a US-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit launched in 1997 by Pakistani-Americans with a desire to improve the dismal state of education in Pakistan’s underdeveloped areas. DIL currently operates and manages 150 schools with an enrollment of nearly 15,000 students.
Children of Tomorrow has been working with DIL for the past two years to launch our program in Pakistan. DIL has been extremely gracious in working with Children of Tomorrow to allow access to their proprietary curriculum and schools in Punjab, Pakistan.
Nepal Orphans Home
Nepal Orphans Home, a 501(c)3 public charity incorporated in Davidson, North Carolina, was founded in 2005 by Michael Hess. As a volunteer in Nepal, Michael was moved by the plight of the children he witnessed living in poverty, often exploited and vulnerable to the political turmoil and social upheaval in contemporary Nepal.
Back to Life
Based in Veranasi, India, Back to Life has been in operations for more than 15 years dealing with Leprosy patients. They recently started community development in Jumla, Nepal. Children of Tomorrow is involved with the organization to help them create an ICT (Information and Computer Technologies) for their schools in the most poor province of Nepal.