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.
Community Partners International’s offices in Myanmar are temporarily closed and we are monitoring the situation closely. While we have paused some activities, we are seeking to maintain essential health, humanitarian, and development services wherever we can during this period. We plan to fully resume activities as soon as possible.
Community Partners International stands with the people of Myanmar in their aspirations for peace, freedom, human rights, and development. We support the statement of the United Nations Secretary-General to respect the will of the people and resolve differences through peaceful dialogue.
About Community Partners International
Founded by U.S. doctors and philanthropists in 1998, Community Partners International (CPI) empowers vulnerable communities in Asia to meet their essential health, humanitarian, and development needs. The organization focuses on communities affected by conflict, violence, and displacement, in hard-to-reach contexts, and marginalized through poverty and exclusion. Community Partners International helps communities to develop, own and lead evidence-based solutions to their challenges that are driven by local needs and priorities, designed for the context, and sustainable.
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