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Through intensive technical assistance coupled with grants, the Capable Partners Program (CAP) has helped dozens of leading Mozambican civil society organizations (CSOs) to more effectively function, manage funds, deliver services, model sound management practices and plan for the future. Meet promising Mozambican organizations and learn more about CAP Mozambique's capacity building approach.

CAP South Africa Library
Capable Partners Program (CAP) South Africa is responding to the HIV epidemic by strengthening the capacity of National, Provincial and District Departments of Health, community health services providers and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), to prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) and provide infant and young child feeding (ICYF) services in the context of HIV/AIDS prevention in the country's nine provinces.

The CAP South Africa Library, an online clearinghouse of program reports and assessments, aims to facilitate information sharing among South Africa's PMTCT practitioners and providers.

New Partners Initiative (NPI)
Created under the US. President's Emergency Fund for Aids Relief (PEPFAR), NPI was a signature effort to help new and diverse NGOs in 14 focus countries build their capacity to fight HIV/AIDS. After five years, NPI concluded September 30, 2012, leaving a legacy of more capable partners and an online archive of how-to guides, innovative tools, templates and links to proven resources and best practices.