Join in the annual Canada Africa Partnership Ride bikeathon. Sunday June 10 | High Park, Toronto
Our African Partners are on the front lines of responsive development in their communities. They are working locally to relieve poverty, reduce the spread of HIV and other diseases, increase access to health services and help ensure that children attend school. They are why the CAP Network exists.
Our Canadian Solidarity Communities are volunteer groups and organizations who have committed to partnering with an African partner community on a sustainable basis. They work to engage Canadians and leverage resources and knowledge towards sustainable development and social change goals.
There are many ways to get involved – whether you’d like contribute to the cause as a donor or volunteer, deepen your understanding of community development in Africa or make a connection with one of our grassroots partners through a Canadian Solidarity Community.
We facilitate partnerships between concerned Canadians and African communities, providing capacity building and resources to support locally developed, community-driven projects.
Education builds futures.Through supporting school fees we are enabling orphans and vulnerable children to access primary and secondary school education. We are also increasing access to skills and vocational training which facilitate livelihoods for out of school youth and orphan
Investing in livelihoods means investing in building people’s skills, assets and abilities for long-term growth and resilience. Livelihoods translate into better health, access to education and overall well-being. Through the CAP Network more than 1,200 families, orphan headed households and
By training 250+ health workers we have expanded access to HIV testing and prevention of mother-to-child transmission services. We have also mobilized volunteer peer educators who have provided basic health information, including on HIV prevention and maternal health to