Naw Phaw Pa Klay is a Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Worker with Community Partners International (CPI) partner the Karen Department of Health and Welfare (KDHW) at Kawet Nwe village in Kayin State, southeast Myanmar. This is one of the locations that CPI’s clinic supports with training, outreach and referral services focused on gender-based violence.
In June, Community Partners International (CPI) opened a new clinic in Kayin (Karen) State in southeast Myanmar to provide health care support to survivors of gender-based violence. The CPI clinic, situated in Kyainseikgyi town, will provide a referral point for 13 community clinics that serve almost 65,000 people in 123 remote villages with basic health care.
For the 6th year running, CPI has earned the coveted full 4-Star rating from Charity Navigator for first class financial management, transparency and accountability.
Today, on World Population Day, Community Partners International (CPI) celebrates communities across Myanmar that are using family planning to ensure safer pregnancies and healthier babies.