The statement, endorsed by 32 INGOs operating in Myanmar, highlights the potential immediate and longer-term impacts of the military seizure of power on the safety, rights and wellbeing of people across Myanmar, particularly those already experiencing vulnerability and marginalization.
Further to events in Myanmar (Burma) on Monday, February 1, 2021, Community Partners International (CPI) is gravely concerned for the welfare of Myanmar’s most vulnerable people.
Al Jazeera Interviews Community Partners International Board Member Dr. Adam Richards About COVID-19 in the US
On December 21, Community Partners International (CPI) Board and Health Advisory Committee Member Dr. Adam Richards spoke to Al Jazeera English about the challenges facing health providers in California and across the US that are struggling to cope with rapidly rising cases of COVID-19.
As an ER doctor in Los Angeles, I was fortunate to receive the COVID-19 vaccine a few days ago. After more than ten months' battling the pandemic day-to-day in the ER, it was an emotional moment for my colleagues and me to begin administering these vaccines.
For the ninth consecutive year, Community Partners International (CPI) has received the full 4-Star rating for best practice financial stewardship, accountability and transparency 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.