CPI opens new office in Dawei, southeast Myanmar

March 23, 2015
(Left-right): CPI' staff in Dawei: Dr. Aye Aye Khaing (Infectious Disease Program Manager); Dr. Soe Min (Infectious Disease Program Coordinator); Dr. Zin Min Thet Lwin (Monitoring & Evaluation Officer).

CPI opened a new office in Dawei, southeast Myanmar to support the expansion of our work to elimiate deadly multi-drug resistant malaria in the region. The office will provide the base for outreach, serving 80 remote communities where malaria is an ever-present threat.

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CPI launches groundbreaking maternal and child health project in Myanmar

March 5, 2015

CPI launched a new project supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) to deliver essential health services to moms, newborns and children in four under-served townships in Karen State...

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CPI supports US launch of flagship new report on health in Myanmar

February 25, 2015

Mae Tao Clinic founder Dr. Cynthia Maung (at podium) and Community Partners International (CPI) Board member Parveen Parmar (second left) partcipated in a panel on 'Health and Human Rights in Burma' as part of...

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Report Launch: Health in Eastern Myanmar — "The Long Road to Recovery"

February 19, 2015
CPI Partner Saw Eh Kalu Shwee Oo of the Karen Health and Welfare Department at the press conference in Yangon

(Yangon, Myanmar; Bangkok, Thailand...For more photos of "The Long Road to Recovery" launch, visit our Facebook page.)

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