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The CHC Methodology was first pioneered in Zimbabwe  in 1995, where over 2,500 CHCs have been started by Zimbabwe AHEAD alone since the year 2000, reaching  over  over 1.5 million direct beneficiaries.

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From Community Health Clubs to electronic Corona Health Clusters

This articles explores how Community Health Clubs can respond to the Corona Virus pandemic.

Map of Zimbabwe showing districts where CHC have been started 1995-2020

Africa AHEAD Zimbabwe (AAZ) implements  programmes directly in Zimbabwe, as well as providing a regional learning base for other countries wishing to start Community Health Club Programme.

Africa AHEAD Zimbabwe  is a registered local PVO,  replacing the former Zimbabwe AHEAD, a local Trust originally  started by the Founders in 1999.

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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Phase II of CHC / Self-Supply funded by SKAT Foundation.

SKAT Foundation  based in Switzerland acts as the Secretariat of the global Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN) which  has an interest in researching and promoting various low-cost rural water supply technologies that are grouped under the term  ‘Self-Supply’.  Africa AHEAD has been implementing ‘self supply’ as a matter of course for many years as families …

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Zimbabwe Minister of Health calls for the CHC Model to be a National Programme

  Minister of Health and Child Care’s Visit to Community Health Club in Chipinge by Moses Matondo. M&E Officer, Zimbabwe AHEAD. 11 April 2014 Chijumana Village,Ward 27 -Chipinge, Zimbabwe The Government of Zimbabwe has in the Water Policy of 2013 directed that every village should have a functional Community Health Club (CHC) that seeks to …

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