On August 7, 2018, Community Partners International (CPI) held a ceremony in Yangon, Myanmar, to award scholarships to three members of staff to support their studies to obtain health-related Master’s degrees. CPI Executive Director Dr. Si Thura presented the scholarship awards to Ms. Nay Zar Win, Mr. Kaung Htet Soe and Dr. Zarni Lynn Kyaw. The awards highlight CPI’s commitment to support staff professional development, and the awardees will return to work with CPI once their studies are complete.
For the seventh consecutive year, Community Partners International (CPI) has earned the full 4-Star rating for best practice financial stewardship, transparency and accountability from Charity Navigator, the largest and most-utilized independent nonprofit evaluator in the U. S. The rating includes a perfect 100% score for transparency and accountability.
On March 12, 2018, in Yangon, Myanmar, Dr. San San Aye, Director General of the Department of Social Welfare (DoSW), and Dr. Si Thura, Executive Director of Community Partners International (CPI), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) supporting a three-year initiative by CPI to provide Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and Gender-based Violence (GBV) prevention and response services to conflict-affected communities in four townships of Kayin State, Myanmar.
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.
Dr. Si Thura, Community Partners InternationaI’s (CPI) Country Director, will be promoted to Executive Director effective June 1, 2017. He will assume the responsibilities handled by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr. Sandee Pyne, who will be stepping down at the end of June