The core target groups for CHPF are secondary school graduates from disadvantaged and rural areas, who want to go for medical training, but do not have the financial capability to do so. And also health care professionals who want to keep developing their skills in healthcare. Our beneficiaries are rural populations, disadvantaged communities, pregnant women, young children, patients and clients who seek health care, but don’t have access.
We want to support organizations that do research on health and disease prevention, healthcare staffing and attitudes of healthcare workers towards their patients. Also we want to focus on collecting data on access to healthcare training and quality of healthcare training.
To make sure our action and project have an effect on our beneficiaries, we also support research on implementation and impact studies on community healthcare and evidence based research from studies on theoretical innovations in healthcare training.
Projects we have supported:
CHPK – Community Health Promotion Kenya