- WHY CARE ABOUT BURMA?
- WHO WE ARE
Our impact in Burma / Myanmar starts with our donors!
CPI's Impact — the aerial view: 24 local partner organizations in Burma / Myanmar with enhanced health resources · 1000+ health workers with improved skills and equipment · 700,000 women, children and men with access to essential health services.
CPI's Impact — the village view: Ma Aye Aye Than, 29, pregnant with her third child. From a traditional farming village north of Mandalay — which like much of Burma has acutely high rates of maternal and child illness — Ma Aye Aye Than had no pre-natal care for her first two pregnancies. This time she has CPI partner Asia Light. Now she and thousands of women have access to pregnancy nutrition supplements, wellness education, and testing and treatment for malaria, hypertension, preeclampsia, anemia and Hepatitis B — free of charge.
“Before I had no idea how to care for myself or my baby,” Ma Aye Aye Than says. “Now I do.”
Click here for our 2012 Annual Report! Meet the continuum of people who make it all possible — the longtime CPI donor; the staff member developing reproductive health training curriculum; the local partner managing maternal health and infectious disease services for at-risk communities; the traditional birth attendant with new skills and supplies for safe births.
Together we are Community Partners International. With field offices in Burma and Thailand, and 15 years’ experience partnering with local organizations, CPI is uniquely positioned to increase access to essential health services and improve the wellbeing of families and communities — now and into the future.