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We are a growing and dynamic network, an emerging movement, a group of people determined to make a difference to the world’s most vulnerable communities.

We are people from many countries and backgrounds. We are motivated in different ways -- by faith in God, by humanitarian ideals or a love for people and the planet.

But we all want to bring about change – not by throwing lots of money and resources at problems, but by connecting people together; by celebrating gifts and skills which can help to transform our communities; by working together and developing deep trust; by agreeing about the barriers to health, wellbeing and happiness in our neighbourhoods; and together creating solutions to overcome them. Join us today.



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1MCHW #addyourcount series spotlights CHGN and Kenya

This week, we share a recent blog from the One Million Community Health Workers campaign (1MCHW). The 1MCHW campaign works to increase the reach and quality of Community Health Work in rural sub-Saharan Africa by partnering with organisations and governments, and scaling up existing CHW programmes. CHGN is linked to the campaign in Kenya, and they interviewed us about …


Collaborative solutions to accessing healthcare

Almost two thirds of the worlds rural population have no adequate access to healthcare. In this week’s blog CHGN’s founder Ted Lankester looks at why this is the case and offers some creative solutions.  —- I’ve recently been sharing emails with a medical student doing a placement in a remote rural hospital in a resource poor …


The importance of a strong civil society response to natural disasters in Myanmar

This week, CHGN Associate Dr Joy Wright shares her recent experience in Myanmar and explores the key role of civil society in disaster response. —– “Rain – proper rain- on the roof all night. Like someone left a thousand power showers on.” I wrote three weeks ago, in a guest house in Yangon. What I …