Closure/Project Integration Report - January 2011 to June 2013
Objectives of this Projects Closure Report
Project closure summary
Community Health Africa Trust has been implementing health care activities in the Laikipia and Samburu regions of Kenya, for the last 10 years. As you surely know, we reach poor, marginalized communities, who are otherwise under-served, through the most appropriate means of transport, either with vehicles, camels, providing services such as family planning and reproductive health, and basic curative treatment, which includes TB and malaria, and relevant components of HIV/AIDS services.
Both projects began in January 2011 and were intended to close out in June 2013, having run for 21/2 years. Over that period of time, through your valued donations and other contributions, we have reached about 30,000 women with various methods of family planning services and 12,000 individuals with basic curative medications.
The Integrated Mobile Health Clinics project has so far attracted $ 37,673.00
The Family Planning and environmental health initiative has so far attracted $8,135.00
Through the support of Global Giving, CHAT has continued to contribute significantly towards achieving Kenya’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the country’s development blueprint, the Vision 2030.
These achievements been done through cooperation with support of our key partners (the Ministry of Health MoH) in the delivery of health services.
‘HEALTH’ SECTION: Integrated Mobile Health Clinics Project Amount Raised: $ 37,673, Project start date: January 2011 to June 2013
No. of women provided with long-term (up to five years) contraception methods:
(GG donations & other)
No. of children suffering from malaria, TB, or an upper respiratory infection provided with anti-biotics:
1715 (GG donations alone)
No. of nurses sponsored for one month helping reaching 1600 rural clients:
7 (GG donations alone)
No. of patients treated with malaria curative:
2724 (GG donations alone)
No. of camel mobile clinics funded for one week reaching ‘forgotten’ peoples in remote parts of Kenya with health services for malaria, HIV/AIDS and Family Planning:
2 (GG donations alone)
‘ENVIROMENTAL’ SECTION: Family Planning and Environment initiative
Amount Raised: $ 8135, Project start date: January 2011 to June 2013
No. of women provided with long term (up to 5 years) contraception implants
(GG donations & other)
No. of quarterly trips to pick up 90,000 condoms for distribution from the ministry of health
4 (GG donations alone)
No. of community based family planning mobilizers engaged for 1 month and help reach 1600 individuals for family planning intervention and education
25 (GG donations alone)
No. of nurses sponsored for 1 month
8 (GG donations alone)
We, at CHAT, wish to post a new project on GlobalGiving. The new integrated project is entitled, Mobile Health Clinics for the Poor & Excluded Communities of Kenya. We will continue our mission of mitigating against extreme suffering and poverty by escalating our family planning and basic healthcare services to reach poor, excluded and often remote communities.
We are hoping to reach 40,000 women this year with family planning services.
We thank our donors for the continuous support extended to the marginalized communities we serve and very much look forward to a continued partnership with Global Giving and its exceedingly generous and engaged community of donors.
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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
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