Health
 Kenya
Project #7442

CHAT's Family Planning & Environmental Initiative

by Communities Health Trust Africa

Summary

This project provides women & families with greater choices for controlling their reproductive health, which translates to more sustainability for the degraded environment of Kenya & its wildlife.
$10,000
total goal
$0
remaining
74
donors
0
monthly donors
5
years active

Challenge

A woman living in the northern Kenyan regions of Laikipia or Samburu is likely to give birth to an average of 4.9 babies. This leads to widespread famine, competition and violence, as well as unsafe abortions and infanticide. Families have very few options to improve their lives or live off a sustainable environment, and are presently just falling deeper into poverty with their environment being over utilized.

Solution

By providing affordable contraceptive choices and education, CHAT is reaching out to offer alternative long term, sustainable means to help mitigate the situation and provide a chance to be able to plan for a sustainable future – and environment.

Long-Term Impact

Providing communities with FP is a preventative measure that has widespread long term effects. FP directly fights poverty, but also impacts environmental issues such as land degradation, access to clean water & food, as well as wildlife conservancy.

Resources

http:/​/​mobileclinicsafrica.org/​

Organization Information

Communities Health Trust Africa

Location: NANYUKI, LAIKIPIA REGION - Kenya
Website: http:/​/​www.chat-africa.org/​
Project Leader:
Diana Hague
Nanyuki, Kenya

Funded Project!

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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