The Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN)
The Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN) was founded in 1973 by the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria,
Christian Health Association of Nigeria
The Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN) was founded in 1973 by the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria, the Christian Council of Nigeria and the Northern Christian Medical Advisory Council (known as the Founding Fathers). Its' original function was primarily to represent the views of Nigerian Voluntary Medical Organizations to the Government. advising on the integration of these organizations in the overall planning of Government and acting as a central point for an exchange of views and expression of new ideas
Interfaith Project on HIV/AIDS and Reproductive health. Working with Muslim groups to promote prevention among faith communities
Global Fund TB R5 phases 1 Project (National in all 36 States and FCT with CHAN as Prime.
Nigeria Indigenous Capacity Building (NICaB) Project (USAID funded) in partnership with MSH.
Christian AID HIV/AIDS Advocacy project in 2 States,Action Aid Nigeria HIV/AIDS Budget Tracking in Plateau State
Delivering wholistic, efficient and responsive healthcare for all people in Nigeria.
Projects in the Past Years
World Bank HIV/AIDS Prevention
Care Projects at National and state levels (Plateau, Oyo, Taraba, and Imo States).
Department for International Development (DFID): for Institutional Capacity Strengthening CHAN
Partnership for Transforming Health Systems (PATHS): Facilitated Peer Participatory Rapid Health Appraisal And Action (PPRHAA) Project for health systems strengthening
FHI/GHAIN HIV/AIDS Care support and PMTCT project in 6 sites and just a few to mention.
We will work with the partners, learn lessons, share best practices and together build a sustainable, durable and high quality homegrown(Nigeria) program. Comprehensive Solution.