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(Funded by European Union)

Community Healthcare  Initiative is a Co- implementing partner to  Actionaid Liberia  on  the  “Enhanced protection from sexual and gender based violence for women, girls and sexual minorities in Liberia”    a project fully funded by the European Union Delegation in Liberia. The project seeks to improve protection from sexual violence  and  other  forms  of  SGBV  including rape, domestic violence, forced marriages, and female genital mutilation for women, girls and sexual minorities in Liberia.

The project is currently being implemented in eight communities within three counties, namely: Margibi County (Larkay-ta and Kpan’s Town communities), Gbarpolu County (Gbarquoita, Smith Town and Bellehkpalamu communities) and Montserrado County (Caldwell, Banjor and Lowcost Village).


The Oxfam DF Project aimed at providing basic training to targeted women and girls in the production of Reusable and affordable Sanitary pads and to also provide Menstrual hygiene management, SRHR, and SGB.  The primary focus of the DF project is to promote girls retention in school during menstruation period. This project is being implemented in: Margibi (Kakata), and Montserrado Counties (Monrovia).


Funded by AFD

PROSSAN Project – “Health Systems and Services Strengthening Programme” in Liberia. This project is fully funded by the French Agency for Development (AFD) and being implemented by Community Healthcare Initiative in partnership with Action Against Hunger. As an implementing partner to AAH on this project, CHI is given six (6) communities in Montserrado County to carry out the PROSSAN project implementation, these communities include: Pipeline, Neezoe, Rehab, Clara Town, Soniwein and Todee. Community Healthcare Initiative is tasked with ensuring that the target populations, especially women and young people, improve their health practices and behaviour. The Primary objective of the PROSSAN Project is to strengthen prevention and sensitization on woman, child and youth health at community levels, to also promote BPEHS indeed on sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) within the HF and in the community through the various forums and targeted groups and to promote the referral system at community level for survivors of GBV.


Funded by European Union

Supporting Effective Advocacy in Liberia is a fully funded project by the European Union with its implementing partners Mercy Corps and  KVINNA Till KVINNA . The focus of the SEAL PROJECT is to build 11 CSOs capacities in various discipline to prepare them for effective advocacy in Liberia. This is done through a periodic capacity building exercise with time interval between KTK and Mercy Corps. The SEAL Project is also a platform where member institutions on the SEAL Project can share like-minded ideas and network to build stronger alliance in promoting effective advocacy in Liberia.