CPI's Year in Review: 2015

What a year! Updates from the field, milestones, news, events — with the help of our supporters, CPI brought health care to almost 1 million people in Myanmar in 2015. Check out our interactive timeline to see highlights from our work over the past year.

Your gift today will help us achieve even greater impact in 2016!

"The Long Road to Recovery": Eastern Myanmar's health gains at risk — a CPI Partners report

A new report by eastern Myanmar ethnic health organizations with assistance from CPI demonstrates that recent improvements to health and access to care are under threat.

Read the full report online here 
Download the report PDF here 
Find report news coverage here

Running for health — the 2015 Yangon Marathon

THANK YOU!! On Jan. 11, 2015, 28 CPI staffers ran in the Yangon Marathon to benefit Myanmar's mothers, babies and chidlren. With your support, our team raised more than $7,600!

CPI's Alive & Kicking Campaign to improve Myanmar maternal and child health: 1 in 7 children in eastern Myanmar dies before their 5th birthday. Most of these deaths can be prevented with low-cost, low-tech health interventions. With your support, CPI can provide life-saving care when and where it matters most:

2015 | 'Alive & Kicking' — for a healthy Myanmar!!

DONATE In 2014 we launched our 'Alive & Kicking' campaign for healthy mothers and babies across Myanmar. 'Alive & Kicking' continues in 2015, with a focus on safe births and the critical first year of life. 

Why? In eastern Myanmar, 1 in 7 children dies before they reach their first birthday. A third of those are within the first 28 days of life. Most of their deaths are from preventable, treatable causes.

Community Partners International: 2013 Annual Report

CPI's summary financial report and program impact for 2013 + CEO Sandee Pyne's vision for 2014 and beyond + Meet our staff!

Click here to directly access the digital version. Click here for a downloadable PDF.

Safe Births: Healthy moms and babies across Myanmar

Donor support helping women and children survive and thrive: In eastern Myanmar, one in seven children die before their fifth birthday and mothers have a one in twelve lifetime chance of dying of pregnancy related causes. It doesn't have to be this way — a majority of these deaths are completely preventable.

Portraits of a Healthy Myanmar: Traditional Birth Attendants

"Portraits of a Healthy Myanmar": Watch the video here

In Myanmar, being pregnant and giving birth can be extremely high risk. CPI's new short video tells the story of Traditional Birth Attendant (TBA) Daw San and two grateful mothers, women from the impoverished Yangon suburb of South Dagon. 

Myanmar 9-1-1: GlobalGiving Challenge and Raffle!

Congratulations to our Myanmar 9-1-1 GlobalGiving Challenge raffle winners! 

Dr. Richard Hahn: (Grand prize) "Front Line Soldier" (Hkun Li) and "Injured Veterans" (Hkun Li)

CPI and Harvard University: Building the next generation of public health leaders in Myanmar and at home

In January, 2014 eight graduate students from the Harvard School of Public Health arrived in Umpiem Mai refugee camp, adding an exciting new facet to the Public Health Institute (PHI) curriculum — the Harvard Twinning Course. PHI is a one of the world's only junior-college level public health programs based at a refugee camp, with curriculum developed by Community Partners International and our partner the Karen Refugee Committee Education Entity (KRCEE).

Alive & Kicking 2014: Healthy mothers and babies across Myanmar

The success of CPI's 'Alive & Kicking' Campaign starts with our donors — help us reach a million mothers, babies and children in Myanmar in 2014! 


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