CSI Q4 Newsletter (October - December 2016)
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 Reaching the Unreached with Health Services & Information
Dear CSI Friends, Partners, and Donors:

It has been a remarkable 2016 and together we celebrate CSI's three years of effective work through strategic collaborations, convenings, partnerships, community-based implementation, and capturing lessons learned to carry forward into 2017. Our work cuts across all of CSI's Top Five Priorities reaching pregnant women, newborns, children, adolescents focusing on the girl child and empowering of midwivesWhen you look at CSI's 2016 events, you will see CSI has engaged with partners across the spectrum to advance and promote access to quality health services and information in underserved communities. Highlights captured in five-minute video.

The success of an organization rests with the unseen people coordinating and putting what may seem like an impossible master-piece puzzle together. We thank all of our volunteers and full-time key members for their dedication in 2016 and prior years. Read previous newsletters to learn of CSI's outreach and impact. 

We wrap-up the year with deep gratitude to our generous donors and several CSI partners with whom we have collaborated and would like to acknowledge: Kays Hygiene Ltd, White Ribbon Alliance, Nesiwangu, Kilimanjaro Studios, St. John's University Buguruni, Buganda Kingdom, Profam Royal Clinic, Kajjansi Health Center, Trumark, Royal ArtistsPikesville-Owings Mills Rotary Club, Middle River Rotary Club, Potomac-Bethesda Rotary ClubRotary District 7620, AFRIPadsDiaspora Council of Tanzanians in America, Runway Moms for a Cause, Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete Youth Park, AllAfrika Travel & Logistics, Doris Mollel Foundation, Constituency for Africa, Next Generation Global Health Security Network. 

We believe CSI's work is not only making a difference for women, girls, and communities but inspiring change and igniting hope. In 2017, please expect to receive updates as we're already planning a vigorous year of Impact and Effectiveness. Click here to read CSI reviews on GreatNonprofits

We are excited and ready for the work we have ahead of us.

Our best wishes,

Stella Mpanda, CNM @StellaMpanda                                        Tausi Suedi, MPH @TausiSuedi
Founder & Tanzania Country Director                                        Founder & CEO
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Happy Holidays. Enjoy five-minute video of CSI's work in 2016. 
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