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Accessing Family Planning Services

Through the Expanding Malawi HIV and AIDS Prevention with Local Organizations Working for an Effective Epidemic Response (EMPOWER), CHAM is offering comprehensive sexual reproductive health and gender-based violence services in the DREAMS Clubs in Machinga and Zomba.

Training of Healthcare Workers

CHAM trains 80% of Malawi’s mid-level healthcare professionals, making it the main partner in the development of human resources for health.

95% of CHAM trainees have their fees paid through the scholar program.  By 2020, CHAM with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has supported 566 needy students from 9 CHAM training colleges that were enrolled in 2016 and 2017.  Some of the cadres that were supported are NMT, Biomed, DCM md CCM.

COVID-19 Response

To respond to the COVID-19 pandemic CHAM, set up COVID-19 treatment and holding centers in 40 CHAM facilities in all the regions.

About us

Our Vision

CHAM envisions a Malawi where all people are able to access high quality, affordable health services. As an organization, CHAM strives to be a leader in the provision of holistic, quality, inclusive and sustainable health services for all people in Malawi, as inspired by the healing Ministry of Jesus Christ.

Our Vision

CHAM is an ecumenical organization committed to provide administrative and technical support to all member units including hard to reach areas so that they provide holistic, quality, affordable and accessible gender sensitive health services that have preferential treatment for the poor.

Our stories

Daeyang Luke Hospital Plans to Expand its Services

Daeyang Luke Hospital Plans to Expand its Services

Tertiary health care involves advanced and complex diagnostics, procedures, and treatments performed by medical specialists in state-of-the-art facilities.  Despite Malawi, having three hospitals providing advanced care but the country over the years...

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CHAM SEEKING MORE MOBILE COURT FUNDS

CHAM SEEKING MORE MOBILE COURT FUNDS

CHRISTIAN Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) has vowed to seek more funding to continue facilitating mobile courts, which have exposed and jailed culprits in defilement and other cases of injustice against vulnerable children and women. The determination was made...

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Project Staff Emerges As ‘Darling’ of the People

Project Staff Emerges As ‘Darling’ of the People

MARTHA Kanyika, aged 44, is saluted by many as a ‘darling’ or a ‘magnet’ of the people in Traditional Authority Mwambo’s area in Zomba.    She has a charming character that exudes rare tenets of confidence, humbleness, and friendliness with people she...

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