Enabling rural households to have sustainable access to adequate and nutritious food
Enabling access to and delivery of improved primary health care services to vulnerable communities
Building on people’s skills and strengths to increase household incomes
Preventing waterborne illnesses and death through clean water, improved sanitation, and safe hygiene practices
On April 18th, CPAR’s article on foreign aid was featured in the Globe and Mail’s Guide to Charitable Giving.
CPAR works in partnership with vulnerable communities and diverse organizations to overcome poverty and build healthy communities in Africa.
CPAR works in Ethiopia, Malawi and Tanzania to find immediate and long-term solutions to present and future challenges.
Stories of transformation from individuals, their families and communities.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) build on the original Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) set by the United Nations, with the goal to eradicate poverty by 2030.
CPAR (Canadian Physicians for Aid & Relief)