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Carlet Wellenst's curator insight, October 25, 2013 4:50 AM

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Mobile Clinics Africa

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Mobile clinics Africa, Primary Health Care Kenya, HIV Aids Kenya, Community Health Africa Trust, Sustainable health care solutions
Vilma Gamage's insight:

Poor road infrastructure prevents access to the central and northern parts of Laikipia. This in turn mitigates strongly against the provision of basic health care and other essential services to the rural people of this region. Traditional practices that are common to male dominated societies such as polygamy, female genital mutilation and female subservience present further challenges for health and reproductive education.

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Carlet Wellenst's curator insight, September 4, 2013 2:29 AM

In recent years The Community Health Africa Trust (CHAT) has evolved into a robust well-administered Community Based Organisation that provides reliable health services, education and counselling, basic curatives, immunisation and reproductive health education to the underserved people of the Laikipia region of Northern Kenya

Vilma Gamage's curator insight, September 4, 2013 2:30 AM

Over time this Trust has successfully increased its capacity in the Laikipia region and has recently transformed itself into the Community Health Africa Trust (CHAT). This organisation works closely with its sister organisation, the Nomadic Communities Trust (NCT), which operates predominantly in the neighbouring Samburu region

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Vilma Gamage's insight:

Over time this Trust has successfully increased its capacity in the Laikipia region and has recently transformed itself into the Community Health Africa Trust (CHAT). This organisation works closely with its sister organisation, the Nomadic Communities Trust (NCT), which operates predominantly in the neighbouring Samburu region

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Vilma Gamage's curator insight, September 4, 2013 2:18 AM

Poor road infrastructure prevents access to the central and northern parts of Laikipia. This in turn mitigates strongly against the provision of basic health care and other essential services to the rural people of this region. Traditional practices that are common to male dominated societies such as polygamy, female genital mutilation and female subservience present further challenges for health and reproductive education.

Carlet Wellenst's curator insight, September 4, 2013 2:29 AM

In recent years The Community Health Africa Trust (CHAT) has evolved into a robust well-administered Community Based Organisation that provides reliable health services, education and counselling, basic curatives, immunisation and reproductive health education to the underserved people of the Laikipia region of Northern Kenya