Projects

CACHA mobilize resources and address problems facing the rural poor, orphans and vulnerable children and other local communities in order to improve their living conditions and creating an enabling environment for education, health and other needs.

Since 2001, CACHA has been working to improve knowledge and practices in primary and secondary health care including infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria and other tropical diseases. In addition, CACHA in collaboration with DFATD (former CIDA) contributes to overall maternal and child health with the Ministry of Health in Tanzania and Canadian partners through different delivery strategies. In fact, CACHA collaborates with various health practionners such as surgeons, medical officers, nurses, midwifes and community health workers. CACHA supports communities and assist the Ministry of Health in improving knowledge and skills by training health care workers. CACHA provides medical supplies, equipment and medicine so communities can survive and grow up healthy and strong. CACHA implements a project in maternal and newborn health to improve access to health care service and to ensure mothers and newborns stay healthy.

  • TCHUKUDU SPONSORSHIP PROJECT: Tchukudu Women’s Training Centre [TWTC]

    TCHUKUDU SPONSORSHIP PROJECT: Tchukudu Women’s Training Centre [TWTC]

    The Tchukudu Women’s Training Centre [TWTC] offers women living in Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo a two year program where they are trained and supported while they learn new skills and then begin their own individual or cooperative businesses. These women have fled from their home villages due to the ongoing violence in Eastern Congo.

    $7,900 raised so far
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  • TCHUKUDU SPONSORSHIP PROJECT: Tchukudu Kids Home [TKH]

    TCHUKUDU SPONSORSHIP PROJECT: Tchukudu Kids Home [TKH]

    The Tchukudu Kids Home [TKH] currently supports 120 children: 30 of whom live in the TKH and 90 others who live with local families from the area who are acting as "Welcome Families". The TKH is a home base for all 120 of the children and many more children would live in the home but there is a threat when having older children living there as they can be a target for kidnapping and rape.

    $30,338 raised so far
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