Community Development

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As we empower people to grow food, protect the health of their children, earn a living, and care for the sick and displaced, they gain the confidence and skills to assume leadership, carry it forward, and transform their communities.

CMA firmly believes that by developing communities, we are investing in the future. We provide training, education and resources to combat drought, environmental degradation, HIV/AIDS, and economic decline that has gradually pushed the poorest families and most marginalized people toward destitution. Rather than providing for their every need through continual aid and relief, we believe in helping people achieve self-sufficiency.
 

Our primary development programs include:

 

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HIV/AIDS Livelihood Support
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Drought Recovery
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Primary Healthcare
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Girls’ Rescue Center