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Collaborative community health

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.



What is a Cluster?

What is a Cluster?

Clusters connect, inform and influence community-led health and development.
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From our blog

‘Mobilise me’ The importance of bicycles in improving rural health in Zambia

This week’s blog from Alice Foggitt is a short and sweet look at the benefits of using bicycles as a means to increase positive health outcomes in resource poor settings. —– This video from World Bicycle Relief perfectly highlights how bicycles can be a very simple way to increase productivity and impact of community health worker …


The Pursuit of Happiness

In the year that brings us into an era of Sustainable Development, Elizabeth Wainwright looks at some of the measures of national progress. Can they guide us towards an inclusive and sustainable pattern of health and development; one that balances social, environmental and economic priorities?  — The late Steve Jobs, creator of the Apple technology …

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From duplication to collaboration: CHGN’s relevance in a changing world

This week, Ted Lankester talks about the need for collaboration, and how CHGN Clusters are offering a good model for effective local collaboration.   —— People involved in health and development will depend increasingly on networks to ensure we avoid duplication, share ideas and resources and demonstrate to a fractious world that collaboration greatly increases …