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Africa AHEAD pioneered the Community Health Club (CHC) Model of development – a practical strategy for enabling people to improve their home hygiene and prevent most common diseases.
What is a Community Health Club?
Community Health Clubs (CHCs) are voluntary community based organisations (CBOs) dedicated to promoting health by preventing common diseases in their area through safe hygiene.
Who joins a Community Health Club?
Men and women of all ages, income and educational levels.
Why use the CHC Model of development?
The CHC Approach has been recognised internationally as one of the most cost-effective methods for achieving high levels of hygiene behaviour change by enabling communities to take responsibility for their own health.
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Africa AHEAD is providing a four hour seminar as a side event on 7th October 2015. This will be facilitated by Dr. Juliet Waterkeyn who will provide an introductory session on the Community Health club Model and how it is an ideal vehicle for empowering women and ensuring that they are able to take control…Read more
UNICEF’s East & Southern Africa Regional Office – ESARO together with SKAT Foundation in Switzerland who act as the Secretariat of the Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN) have jointly contracted Africa AHEAD to undertake a detailed study of Self-Supply in Zimbabwe. ‘Self Supply’ has come to mean how rural householders can get safe drinking…Read more
This website has been developed to enable the registration of your community health clubs to form an international data base of projects where the CHC approach is being used. This mapping of CHCs in each country should be a good resource for Ministries and NGOs alike so as to avoid unnecessary replication between implementing…Read more
Rusizi District is the site of a Randomised Control Trial being conducted by Innovation for Poverty Action, supported by the Gates Foundation. The intervention was completed this year and it is now the sustainability of the programme which is being monitored. The project is to be a demonstration of the classic model of the Community…Read more
Article from All Africa March. 2015 By Donah Mbabazi Stakeholders have agreed to extend the Community Based Environmental Health Promotion Programme (CBEHPP) to all districts and further improve on ways of implementing its strategies on hygiene and general health. This was resolved during a meeting that brought together partners in the implementation of the programme with…Read more
A recent workshop in Kigali hosted by Ministry of Health and supported by Unicef, USAID and Africa AHEAD provided all implemented partners with an update on how their contributions towards the Community Based Environmental Health Promotion Programme is enabling all villages in the country to be covered by this dynamic programme. Over the past 5…Read more
In March 2015, the long awaited pilot project of CHCs in South Kivu, which is part of the Dfid funded SWIFT Project in DRC finally got started. Amans Ntakarutimana, Africa AHEAD’s Project Manager, has been working with the Tearfund team to get the project off the ground for over a year, since funding was first…Read more
The Ministry of Health (MoH) in Rwanda is currently implementing the Community-Based Environmental Health Promotion Programme (CBEHPP) which is in the process of establish Community Hygiene/Health Clubs (CHCs) in all 15,000 villages across Rwanda. The CHC model, as originally developed in Zimbabwe by Africa AHEAD (AA) in 1995, has in-built monitoring systems and tools ….Read more
24th -29th January 2015 The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) hosted 70 representatives from partner organisations across the globe that they are currently funding. This six-day workshop that took place in Hanoi, Vietnam (24-29 Jan) has the recurring theme: Building Demand for Sanitation (BDS). Africa AHEAD was represented by the Director of Programmes, Anthony…Read more
What happens in a health club?
A regular weekly meeting of 1-2 hours
What do CHC Members learn?
How to prevent early death of infants
How long is the CHC training?
The Classic CHC which is proven to be most effective has a six month training.
Members achieve exceptionally high levels of hygiene
There are about 50 recommended practices that are expected of CHC Members which ensure safe water, food, hygiene and sanitation.
Self supply: no subsidy
We offer NO material incentives, and makes for self reliance and they provide their own sanitation and hygiene facilities.
High completion rates of training
We can easily expect at least 60 but often up to 95% completion rate.
This can be attributed to a monitoring system with a membership card which is signed each week, until all 20 sessions completed. Those who complete get a certificate which is the only incentive.
Who runs the Community Health Club?
Every CHC elects a Chairperson, Secretary and an Executive Committee who run the club.
Who Trains the Trainers?
The Core Trainers are properly trained by Africa AHEAD in situ or in one of the two hubs: Rwanda and Harare.
The training can then cascade as needed either for the NGO or for the country in a national programme
Are CHC facilitators paid?
Community facilitators are usually volunteers. However, they may also be government village health workers or project officers.
Africa AHEAD gratefully acknowledges the support of the following Development Agencies