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Our Project Partners in Africa are on the front lines of responsive development in their communities. Together we are working to relieve poverty by investing in livelihoods, promoting health and advancing education.

The CAP Network supports people-centred solutions to sustainable development challenges. We engage local CBOs to aid us in ensuring project reflect local priorities, are implemented using the most locally appropriate approach and result in sustainable impact. Engagement means a combination of capacity building support and resources to support project implementation.


Our aim is to implement projects that meet local needs, while also helping communities to become development actors in their own right – developing, implementing and gaining funding for projects beyond the CAP Network. In this way we contribute to lasting change as communities are empowered to advance their interests and building health and sustainable futures!

To date we have engaged more than 20 grassroots Community Based Organisations (CBOs), in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe. While each engagement is unique, predominantly CBOs are supported in identifying their strengths and capacities. Through a ‘learning through doing’ model of capacity building CBOs are strengthened, and resources leveraged in support of local efforts to relieve poverty, increase access to health information and services and advancing opportunities for education.

Current Projects

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Amza Kua Imani's music program in Geita, Tanzania is advancing education by providing enriching and fun musical experiences that help vulnerable children and youth to develop integral life skills.
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CAPAIDS Uganda Home of Hope is advancing promiting health and investing in livelihoods by supporting vulnerable young women to develop the income generation and life skills needed for independent living.
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Gua Africa's refugee education project is advancing eduation through academic sponsorships to refugees who have survived war and genocide and providing resources to keep schools open during times of emergencies.
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The Kijiji Cha Upendo Children's Project in advancing education and investing in livelihoods by supporting the capacity of families caring for orphaned and abandoned children in the Kibera slum community of Nairobi.
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The SANI Twinning initiative is promoting health through training and inputs to improve nutrition among HIV-positive and HIV-impacted women and their families in Mpika and Chikanjebela, Zambia.
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Rainmaker's Tonj Solar Irrigation project is promoting health and gender equality by harnessing solar power to provide a sustainable source of clean water for drinking and irrigation to Tonj, South Sudan.
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