Child, Development Center, and Community information update frequency

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How often are community, child, and child center information updated? I see that the community info and the development center info for my child are more than one year old.
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Luis Jr Herrera

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Posted 7 years ago

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Lizzie, Champion

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child info is updated every 2 years (sometimes 1.5 years) with your child's photo. I don't know when the others are updated, but I don't think that they are very often. I think most of that info stays the same anyway. Even though the child info is only updated every 2 years, if you write to your child, you will get to know more about them more frequently. God bless! :)
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Becky, Champion

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When I asked a few years ago about project information updates, I was told that the project, community and country information is evaluated on a regular basis although it is not common to need changes. One does not expect the climate, greatest needs in the community and services provided by the project to change on a regular basis. I know making changes in database software can be complicated, time consuming and expensive in programmer time, but a possibility is that another box of 'information confirmed' with a date or some information on the project tab for each sponsor to see that lets them know the information is reviewed for accuracy every X years might be useful.
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Haley, Sponsor and Donor Relations, Operations

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Correct! Child information is updated every 18-24 months. Community and Project information is reviewed every 12 months, and if no edits are needed the information will not change.

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