"... and on the either side of the river was there the tree of life, which bore twelve kinds of fruit, and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations." ... Rev 22.2

The organisation's core functions may be broadly categorized as

a) Health service delivery 

b) Health systems strengthening 

c) Governance and accountability 

d) Advocacy

CHAK's programmes and activities are guided by the six-year Strategic Plan 2011-2016 which has clustered the organisation's core functions into the following strategic directions:

  • Health service delivery including HIV&AIDS programmes
  • Health systems strengthening
  • Governance and accountability
  • Research, advocacy and communication
  • Health care financing and sustainability
  • Human Resources for Health (HRH) 
  • Grant management

CHAK Secretariat is organized into three departments and one support unit under the leadership of the General Secretary. The Secretariat discharges the above core functions through various projects and programmes.  

The Annual General Meeting is CHAK's highest body of authority. It elects the Executive Committee (EXCO) which is responsible for formulating policies, approving operational plans, projects and budgets and ensuring regular financial and programmatic monitoring and.

CHAK's national network of member health facilities is divided into four geographical regions, each of which is led by a Regional Co-ordinating Committee of. CHAK's activities are coordinated centrally from the Secretariat in Nairobi. 

Malaria Programme Diabetes Programme Emegency Response Programme

Reproductive Health HIV & AIDS Programme TB Programme