CPAR has field offices and programs in Ethiopia, Malawi, and Tanzania, and works in partnership with health professionals, vulnerable communities and governments to build health systems capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa. CPAR programming takes a multi-sectoral and integrative approach to community building and has focused interventions in: 

  • Health system strengthening through human resource skill development, infrastructure improvements and strengthening linkages between health facilities and the communities they serve
  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) at the household, community, school and hospital levels including community-led total sanitation (CLTS) and rain water catchment projects
  • Food security and livelihoods, including conservation agriculture and environmental protection, animal husbandry, community banking and nutrition education
  • Human rights, gender equality, economic inclusion and civic engagement