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"The Great Child Program Evidence of Impact Report is great, and outcomes are impressive." 

Noreen M. Huni, REPSSI Chief Executive Officer, South Africa.

Great Child Impact Report shows huge gains in graduation and retention rates in Kenyan Schools    read more...

    Began in the United States. Taught to thousands in eight  countries in eight languages. 
   Provided to youth ages 6 to 17, teachers, and nonprofit staffs representing more than 150 organizations, most in high poverty areas.     

        10 yr. old boy stood up at the end of his first class: "Every time I get in front of a group to speak my body feels weird.  And I stutter mostly because I’m afraid people will laugh and talk about me.  For the first time , I did not stutter because of the connection in this class and everyone made me feel good about speaking”. 

        Months later, he said he has not stuttered since that class.


91% of 87 middle school kids in a class wrote only positive comments:

              "It changed my life."
             
"I learned things about myself from others that I did not know. I also learned 

               that I am very capable."

I'm A Great Child Worldwide

 Children, on their own initiative, improve their emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and social skills.

 Program emphasizes discovery of natural strengths.  Receiving peer affirmations.  Connections and bonding.



"We've seen emerging identities, bonding, and confirmation happen across diverse groups of young people -- every time we do it.  

It’s the most impactful program  I’ve seen work in the shortest amount of time and with the least amount of adult effort.”      

                                                  Greg Tolbert, President, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Upstate, South Carolina, serving 1,100 youth