Terrat Tanzania Mission Winter Terrat Tanzania Mission Winter
I am so very happy to be returning to Terrat Tanzania with CACHA for the winter 2023 mission after missing 2020 and 2021 due to the covid pandemic.
Canada Africa Community Health Alliance (CACHA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, dedicated to improving the health of rural African communities of Tanzania, Benin and Uganda.
I have been working with CACHA as a volunteer since 2014. Since then, I did several missions in Tanzania, where I learned that every small contribution could make a very large impact in someone’s life. With no formal medical training, I have used my logistics skills to contribute to the missions. Both medical and logistic people are needed for it to be a success.
Since 2018, I am now honored to co-lead CACHA’s mission in Terrat Tanzania with my friend the doctor Tara Andrusiak. Together, we’ll oversee the preparations leading up to the mission and coordinate things on the ground with our participants and our local partners
This year we will be retuning with a team of physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and logisticians to provide the local people with an array of free health care services including primary health care, eye exams, reading glasses, HIV/Malaria/Syphilis testing, dental care and medicines.
We will be working with local Tanzanian team and partners to provide quality health care to local Maasai population.
With your help, we can all make a difference together. Any amount, big or small, will help those that need it most.
Please give. Your donations will help save lives.
The individuals on these pages are raising funds in support of CACHA’s mission. The funds are given to CACHA to defray the costs of participation in, and supplies for, the mission, and not for the personal benefit of any participant. CACHA retains control over the use of all donated funds. Once the needs for the program have been met, or cannot be completed for any reason, any remaining contributions will be used where needed most.