CPI envisions flourishing communities where integrated community development practices lead members to live in harmonious relationships with each other and their environment, enjoying the security of land ownership, sustainable local economies, good health and peaceful security. 


CPI collaborates with marginalized communities in Central America, contributing resources, knowledge and support to their pursuit of positive change through programs of education, agriculture and food security, land ownership and leadership development. 

People of CPI

CPI has no paid staff in Canada. The Executive Director and Board of Directors are volunteer positions.

In Honduras, CPI's partner, Asociación Confraternidad Honduras (ACH) hires staff to carry out CPI's programs.

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