Projects

Our Partner Projects 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 with local community organizations to ensure that projects 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 with more than 20 grassroots initiatives, in Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, South Africa, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe, investing in results for our key action areas:

Current Partner Projects

Afrah Orphans Education Centre

Somalia

Africa Climate Action Initiative

Pan-Africa

Amza Kua Imani Music Education Program

Tanzania

CAPAIDS Uganda Home of Hope

Uganda

Gua Refugee Education Project

Kenya, South Sudan

Kijiji Cha Upendo Children's Project

Kenya

Mikoko Kwanza Mangrove Restoration Project

Tanzania

Neloshan International Single Mothers Project

Kenya

Rainmaker Solar Irrigation Project

South Sudan

Enabling Partnerships for Sustainable Change.

You can contribute to the efforts of our Affiliate Communities with a donation today.

The Canada Africa Partnership (CAP) Network is a shared platform facilitating partnerships between Canadian and African communities.

Contact

Canada Africa Partnership (CAP) Network c/o 3 Durham, St Port Hope, ON L1A 1G6

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