CPI responds to devastating floods in Myanmar

August 3, 2015
Karen Baptist ConventionCPI partner the Karen Baptist Convention provides mobile health care and emergency supplies to stricken villagers in Ayeyarwaddy Region

Community Partners International (CPI) launched an emergency appeal alongside relief efforts to help the tens of thousands of people across Myanmar hardest hit by the devastating floods caused by Cyclone Komen. Initial efforts focused on Chin State and Sagaing Region, Bago and Ayeywarwaddy...

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CPI presents at first ever Health Forum in Myanmar's administrative capital, Naypyidaw

July 28, 2015

CPI was invited to present our work at the first-ever Myanmar Health Forum in Naypyidaw, the administrative capital of Myanmar. The event was convened by Myanmar's Ministry of Health to discuss health sector reform, unmet health and development needs, and the goal of achieving universal...

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Turning Awards Into Water!

May 14, 2015

CPI's Myanmar Country Director, Dr. Si Thura, won an Australia Alumni SEED Fund award for 2015. He opted to use the award money to help two health clinics in Kayin (Karen) State set up permanent water sources for...

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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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