Clear Path International (CPI) delivers survivor assistance, mine risk education and capacity building programming to people and organizations living and working in conflict-affected communities throughout the world. Our mission statement: Restore dignity and self-sufficiency to conflict survivors. We provide innovative, high-impact programming that is scalable, replicable, measurable and cost-effective.
CPI has offered its services in support of internationally recognized integrated mine action objectives since 2000. Based on Bainbridge Island in Washington State, the organization currently operates programs in six locations. These include Afghanistan, Cambodia, Laos, Tajikistan, along the Thai-Burma border, and Vietnam.
CPI offers a complete range of rehabilitation, accessibility, and socio-economic reintegration programming implemented either directly or through the services of qualified local partners. Management, monitoring, and financial support are provided to those programs we believe address the greatest need and offer the most meaningful benefit.
CPI specializes in assessment, stabilization and development programming within some of the most difficult operating environments in the world. Such work often includes bringing local partners together to pursue assistance opportunities on a collaborative multi-party basis. This approach has proven to be an especially important multiplier in our work. As a result of these and other programming innovations, CPI operations now serve more than 100,000 beneficiaries worldwide.