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March 09, 2020
The Women of CPAR
  Meet Judith Dyck, the vice chair of the CPAR board and one of the women we are featuring this week. Working with an organization involved in Africa was always one of her dreams, having grown up with a father who supported the Canadian Foodgrains...
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Africa bears a heavy disease burden
In countries like Canada disease burdens – how health problems affect a country economically and socially – are measured in terms of disability instead of premature mortality due to communicable diseases, such as malaria or tuberculosis...
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Sustainability
We are proud of our work at CPAR.  Our programs are designed with active beneficiary and local government involvement, with plans factoring in the fact that CPAR will not stay in the community.  While we are there for inception activities and the...
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Small changes have big impacts
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), environmental factors such as poor water quality and sanitation are a significant cause of death, disease and disability in the world, especially in developing countries. Today, 844 million people...
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