Peer Learning in Zambia

Peer Learning Visits Build Knowledge and Learning Networks CAP Network actively facilitates peer learning visits to support capacity building with our African project partners. It is valuable for hands on knowledge sharing, seeing firsthand what’s working in other projects. It’s also a great way to support the establishment of peer support networks, providing sustainable opportunities […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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