Welcome to Africa AHEAD

 Africa AHEAD (Applied Health Education & Development)

We empower communities by working with local government to effect positive change.

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WHO ARE WE?

Africa AHEAD is a registered British Charity devoted to empowering women and alleviating poverty mainly in developing countries in Africa.

 

WHAT IS OUR  GOAL?

To contribute to  the international Sustainable Development Goals to end Poverty by 2030.

How? Click here for a presentation

 

 

WHAT IS OUR METHOD?

We develop functional communities which can manage their own development through a Community Health Club.

 

 

WHO ARE OUR MAIN BENEFICIARIES?

Women are our main focus but we encourage both men and women to join Community Health Clubs. We count the whole family as direct beneficiaries as they all benefit from improved health due to increased hygiene in the home.

 

HOW ARE WE FUNDED?

Almost all of our funds have come from either direct grants from major Agencies or as an implementing partner with other International Organisations. However, we are now fundraising directly from the public.

To adopt a Community Health Club click here.

Click here to support our Charity walk to raise funds to build the AHEAD Resource Centre in Zimbabwe

TAKE A LOOK AT ONE OF OUR PROJECTS

In Rwanda  where 150 Community Health Clubs were started  between 2014-2017 transforming lives of 5000 people

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OUR WORK BY SECTOR

Our Featured Stories

Church Health Clubs saving not only souls but lives

With ongoing support through Unicef, Africa AHEAD is now working with 50 different church groups around the capital Harare, to spread the message of cholera prevention through handwashing with soap and general hygiene. Given that the Community Health Club approach uses the same tactic as religion  to organise its members, it seems appropriate that we…

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Super Wash CHCs in Papua

The Kilgina Super Wash Community Health Club in Papua New Guinea is proving to be every bit as active as the CHCs in Africa. Women enjoy doing projects together to improve their environment. They have assigned every Thursdays for the community and house clean up. They are starting a floower planting project along the roads…

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More Disaster for Zimbabwe as Cyclone makes Thousands Homeless

The Cyclone IDAI induced storm that caused heavy winds, flooding and landslides has caused devastating effects on the mostly Chimanimani district and other surrounding areas of Manicaland province.  Reports have it that a total of 98 deaths have occurred and at least 217 people are reportedly missing, 42 people are still marooned in other area…

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Power to the people of Papua New Guinea

 Dr Aaron Tanner, working as a consultant for Transform International has just started  a CHC Pilot project in Madan Area, Jiwaka, Westen Highlands Papua New Guinea (PNG) – the first time this approach has been used to our knowledge  in this part of the world. “When I was asked to assist  the Madan Community Transformation Centre, a…

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Africa San Conference 2019

Africa AHEAD combined with the World Bank to host a session at the Africa San Conference in Cape Town in March 2019 entitled Enhancing sanitation and hygiene investments for human development impact in Africa   The Water Global Practice of the World Bank Group has invested heavily in understanding the impact of sanitation and water…

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3. UNICEF funds AA for the Harare Cholera Response

Picking from the success of the initial cholera response project, Africa AHEAD was contracted by UNICEF and our first Program Cooperation Agreement (PCA) was signed to continue with the activities of the first project for 6 months until end of May 2019. The organization re-engaged the hygiene promoters, mobilized our vehicles and added more staff:…

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WHERE HAVE WE WORKED?

 

We have worked in 11 countries since 1995, improving standards of living standards of the poor in rural and urban areas.

HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE WE REACHED?

We have improved the living standard of 2.2 million people, of which 1,1 million are in Zimbabwe.

Our Partner Organisations