DCI also operates a full time dental clinic in connection with the training program. Staffed by a local dentist and two DCI DSA graduates, the clinic provides dental services to the community free of charge
Serah, a graduate of our first Class, who lost her mother at a young age, describes her experience, "When I came here, I was just like a blind girl, I didn't know what to do, I had no idea for my life, then after, I have my idea, now I can be a good assistant, a professional dental assistant."
Nitharshini, who spent years in a refugee camp, thanks her sponsor in a simple sentence, "So you gave me eyes." Read her words here
Serah and Nitharshini, and the graduates that follow them, can break the cycle of poverty, change the course of their lives and make their corner of the world a better place. DCI believes in power of Serah and Nitharshini, and young women like them. We hope you do too.