CHAT's Annual Report for the year 2020 is out! Click on the image below to learn more about our activities and achievements for the year.
The official 2018 Annual Report is here!!! Click on the image below to see a full report of all of CHAT's great work in 2018.
BBC Africa followed Communities Health Africa Trust showcasing how we, together with our partners, help to bring health services to pastoral communities that would otherwise be cut off. Check us out!
2019 has come to an end. Below is a full report of CHAT's efforts in the community.
2018 was another great year where we have continued to experience enormous demand for all our services, especially Family Planning (FP). Our partnerships have grown stronger, allowing us to allocate Global Funds' resources to all the counties we support.
Read more about our work in 2018 below.
Healthy People, Healthy Ecosystems: A Manual on Integrating Health and Family Planning into Conservation Projects
The WWF published a PHE manual that outlines an approach that integrates health and voluntary family planning into conservation projects, developing synergies that improve the health of both people and ecosystems. Communities Health Africa Trust was featured multiple times in the manual. Click the link below to read more.....
The Africa Renewal information programme, produced by the Africa Section of the United Nations Department of Public Information, provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today. A few months ago the good work that CHAT does was featured in their magazine. Click on the file below and go to page 22 to read what they had to say about us!
In “SWAP KERJA", a Singaporean reality TV show, 8 Singaporeans from different professions are sent to different countries for a job swap challenge of their lifetimes.
In Season 2 Episode 8 of the show, Taufiq and NUH Emergency Doctor Zulkarnain work with CHAT relying on camels and land rovers to travel to the most remote villages in Kenya to work in our outreach programmes that bring PHE to Kenya's semi-nomadic tribes.