CHASE Africa has spent years developing relationships with rural communities and grassroots organisations to deliver family planning and primary healthcare to the most under-served people in Kenya and Uganda.

Our exclusive videos showcase our partners’ work. With these videos, we hope to inspire people to respect the rights of women to be able to choose how many children they want to have, and when they should have them. Empowering women with control over family planning helps them to build healthy and sustainable futures for them and their communities.

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Josephine Kadogo has had nine children. Two are dead and so is their father. Recently she has discovered modern contraceptives. This is her story.

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Free health care and family planning services for communities near Mount Kenya.

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CHASE Africa has spent years developing relationships with rural communities and local partner organisations to deliver family planning, primary healthcare and HIV/AIDS services to the most under-served people in Kenya. This video details some of the benefits of our work.

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How one of our partners, Community Health Africa Trust (CHAT), helps communities in northern Kenya combine family planning and health with conservation efforts. It’s time to work together.

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Planting Trees in Schools with Friends of Mau Watershed (FOMAWA)

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For this years’ International Women’s Day we want to celebrate some of the great women championing family planning. #Each for Equal