About Us

The Beginnings

The Voice of the Children was founded on the principle of basic human rights. In 2008, our founder and chairman of the board, James M. Morrison was asked by the U.S. State Department to conduct a full scale assessment of the Iraqi healthcare system. In his partnerships with the United States Embassy, Federal Agencies, U.S. Armed Forces, and along the side of dignitaries in the Middle East, the collective efforts led to the first Iraqi sponsored project to fund a $50 million medical implementation project.

This experience taught James the power of one individual having a profound influence when partnering with other organizations to accomplish a seemingly impossible task.

Our Focus

The Voice of the Children operates on the premise of influencing both the social and economic impact of any community. Education, health, nutrition, and housing have an intrinsic value for every person. Unfortunately, most of the world suffers from not receiving the basics of these elements.

Addressing these issues is the core to addressing all other functions of a society. Uneducated and sick people who do not receive education and care cannot work and those who cannot work cannot contribute to the well-being of the community.

The Voice of the Children addresses the essential infrastructure by focusing on the accessibility, affordability, and deliverability to live better and more productive lives.


We develop communities by harnessing the power of partnerships to improve everyday life and to strengthen fragile systems.


To develop healthy communities.

Core Values


We are passionate in constant improvement of life.


We are committed to excellence in order to sustain high quality expectations and services.


We hold ourselves, as well as all stakeholders, accountable in all of our decisions and actions.


We uphold the highest standards of ethics to guide every decision.


We form long-term strategic partnerships and hold them as the key to influence change.
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