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CACP/CPNP National Projects Fund (NPF)

The Community Action Program for Children (CAPC) and the Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) are two programs that are committed to promoting healthy birth outcomes and the healthy development of children.

The CAPC/CPNP National Projects Fund (NPF) was created to provide support to the CAPC and CPNP sites in providing them with tools, resources, support and training on specific issues.

The NPF provides funding to national, regional or local organizations for specific, short-term activities that help CAPC and CPNP sites meet the needs of their participants and overcome common issues.

What information will I find here?

In this section, you will find general information on the CAPC/CPNP National Projects Fund Program, funding information, a listing of the NPF resources and regional contacts.

For additional information, contact:

CAPC/CPNP National Projects Fund
Public Health Agency of Canada
Tunney’s Pasture, Jeanne Mance Building
AL: 1909C2
200 Eglantine Driveway
Ottawa ON
K1A 0K9
Tel: (613) 952-1220
Fax: (613) 952-1556