All general donations will be allocated to CACHA projects based on the area of greatest need. Your generous donations will help CACHA provide life saving healthcare to remote communities in Gabon, Bénin, Tanzania and Uganda.
The Kamengo Medical Mission comprises medical and non medical volunteers who are planning to leave from Canada on November 12 for Uganda. The medical mission is done in collaboration with the Agnes Zabali Boys and Girls Club Ottawa Committee, Care for Your Life and the Ggoli Health Centre and Nkozi Hospital. CACHA provides primary health care and continue to strengthen capacities of local partner in health care knowledge and practice. The surplus of the mission also contribute to fund infrastructure and projects for Care For Your Life.
CACHA will conduct a two-week medical mission in Terrat, Simanjaro District in the land of the Maasai.
This project aims to address the educational, health and social needs of individuals and youth in Kamengo, Uganda.
The IMIC Project is a 3-years project implemented by CACHA in partnership with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) - former CIDA - and the Ukerewe District Health Council. IMIC is a capacity building project designed to improve knowledge and practice of safe delivery and referral for antenatal care, delivery and postnatal care, as well as newborn care, communications and human rights. IMIC training strategies is to build capacity among three distinct categories of healthcare providers: Health Professionals (Medical Officer, Nurses and Midwifes), Traditional Birth Attendants and Community Health Workers.
IMPROVING MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROJECT TESTIMONY OF A MAN ATTENDING IMIC COMMUNITY MEETINGS Magere Manyama is a 32 years old fisherman and father of four children living at Chifule village in Ukara Island, Ukerewe District, Tanzania. For his first three children, his wife gave birth at home and was occasionally helped by a Traditional Birth [...]continue reading
IMPROVING MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROJECT UKEREWE HEALTH PROFFESIONAL SUCCESS STORY Charles Kayanda is a Clinical Officer working for the Tanzanian Ministry of Health at the Murutilima Dispensary in the Ukerewe District. Charles has been trained since February 2013 in all the topics covered by the Improving Maternal and Infant Care (IMIC) project on antenal, delivery and [...]continue reading