Volunteering for Healthy Communities

In Zambia, CPIEM’s volunteers are crucial to reaching communities and achieving health outcomes. Beauty Beauty loves working with CPIEM. She is particularly motivated by the project supported through the CAP Network which focuses empowering women and girls, and in working towards gender equality. Through our partnership, CPIEM is educating women of child-bearing age on HIV […]

Inspiration with Emmanuel Jal in Kakuma Refugee Camp

Last month Emmanuel Jal and a team of three dedicated My Life is Art (MLIA) leaders spent seven days in Kakuma Refugee Camp training 17 young leaders from the age 12 – 20. The training event was offered through Gua Africa, a project established by Jal to provide educational opportunities to refugee youth. My Life […]

Renewing Canada’s Commitment to the Global Fund

CAP Network is pleased to join with civil society across the country calling for Canada to renew our commitment to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. We are one of twenty-seven Canadian civil society groups to call  for an early leadership pledge committing an increase of CDN $65 million per year to […]

Susan Amongi, Home of Hope Resident

A New Year and New Residents at the Home of Hope

A New Year and New Residents at the Home of Hope The Home of Hope is a community-based attempt to address an ongoing national crisis in Uganda. As of 2017, the United Nations reports that about 750,000 women over the age of 15, and 95,000 children 14 and under are living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. […]

Body Mapping with Women in Zambia

Last month, as a partner of the Southern African Nutrition Initiative, CAP Network took part in a body mapping workshop in Zambia. This workshop was an opportunity to give women from our partner communities a chance to tell their own stories through their bodies. CAP Network’s local project officer, Prayreen Chisanga, along with representatives from […]

Kadra Abdi, Kijiji Cha Upendo Children's Project

Kibera, Kenya: Kadra’s Story

Kadra Abdi is a mother of two and caregiver of four in Kibera, Kenya. She is one of 30 families participating in the Kijiji Cha Upendo Children’s Project(KCU). Swahili for “Village of Love”, this program cares for 30 families and 140 children. It does so by not only helping caregivers pay for their children’s school […]

Khalifa will be a doctor one day

16-year-old Khalifa lives with her mother and 10 year old sister in Kibera, and is enrolled in Kijiji Cha Upendo’s with funding through Village of Love Canada – Khalifa plans to study medicine after secondary school so she in turn can help her community. #CanadaAfricaPartnerships

Safe and Healthy Food

Food security – especially for those with special dietary requirements like children and people and those living with HIV – is about more than just quantity of food. Equally important is the variety of food and how that food is cared for and prepared. In Zambia, we’re working with local partners CPIEM and Chikanjebela Women’s […]

Annual Review for 2018

We are thrilled to share this infographic Annual Review. We hope you will enjoy these highlights of our Network’s development impact and financial results! Annual Review – Development Impact in Africa It was a wonderful year for our project communities in Africa. Working with our partners on the ground and our affiliate communities here at […]

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