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 mision is comprised of medical and non-medical volunteers who work in collaboration with the Agnes Zabali Boys and Girls Club, Care for Your Life, and the Ggoli Health Centre and Nkozi Hospital. Our volunteers provide primary health care and continue to strengthen the capacity of local partners in health care knowledge and practice. Any financial surplus for the mission contributes to the funding of infrastructure and Care for Your Life projects.
To increase the impact of the health systems and to improve access and quality of medical care provided in the Mara region. Each mission aims to provide necessary care to around 4,000 patients. Beyond the medical care and training provided, our team aims to improve health literacy and implement health education programs that compliment the hospital’s outreach to more remote communities.
This project aims to address the educational, health and social needs of individuals and youth in Kamengo, Uganda.
This school project benefits the children of Kabuhinzi, which would be estimated at well over 50% of the village population, and of course in turn also benefits the adults of the village.$0
Feel like getting a head start on the spirit of giving for the Christmas holidays? What better way than to invite your family, friends, colleagues, and neighbours to join you on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 6:30 PM at the Southminster United Church at 14 Aylmer Avenue, Ottawa to listen the "Voices in Harmony" choir. The evening's proceeds will [...]continue reading
In Gratefulness and Gratitude to Scott Gibson and Family. I was privileged to have met Scott, only by telephone, earlier this year. We talked about his time on CACHA caravan and how much he enjoyed it. I told him about the school we were helping to build in Kabuhinzi and he was very interested. Kabuhinzi is [...]continue reading