Children in Adversity Policy Partnership
Along with Donald Steinberg of USAID and CAPP co-chairs, Jesse Eaves (World Vision), and Kathleen Strottman (CCAI), Joint Council President & CEO Tom DiFilipo presented “Survive, Strive, and Thrive: The Civil Society and the U.S. Government’s Action Plan for Children in Adversity” at InterAction’s 2013 Forum.
CAPP was formed to ensure effective implementation of the Action Plan as a comprehensive approach that meets with our collective missions. CAPP believes in unifying a diverse group of implementing and advocacy organizations to influence the Action Plan to ensure children have a strong beginning, live in safe permanent family care and are free from violence, exploitation, abuse and neglect.
If your organization has not yet joined the CAPP working group and wishes to do so, please complete a short survey here.
Thank you to the 22 Partner Organizations/Individuals who have signed on as members of CAPP. Our goal is 100% participation from our Partner base.• A Red Threat Adoption Services, Inc. • Adoptions of Indiana • All God’s Children International • Americans for African Adoptions, Inc. • Americans for International Aid and Adoption • Bay Area Adoption Services • Bethany Christian Services • Brian Franklin • Buckner International • Catholic Charities of Baltimore • Children’s Hope International • Families Thru International Adoption, Inc. • Gladney Center for Adoption • Hannah Wallace • Holt International • Kjersti Olson • Madison Adoption Associates • Pearl S. Buck International • Spence-Chapin • WACAP • Whole Child International • Wide Horizons for Children