We have had tremendous support from a variety of individuals, groups and organizations over the years, who belief in the vision and mission of CHPF and the opportunities it is giving to many Kenyans.
Our sponsors and partners are contributing to better healthcare, health training and research in Kenya.
The following organizations are also partners and sponsors and have greatly assisted our goals. Some have supported us financially while others have offered a variety of services.
- Ministry of Health of Kenya through the various regulatory bodies
- Ministry of Higher Education of Kenya through the various regulatory bodies
- Higher Education Loan Board of Kenya supporting tertiary education
- County Government of Kilifi directly and through the various health facilities and their management boards
- County Government of Lamu through the various health facilities
- County Government of Mombasa through the various health facilities
- Bursary Committees at various government levels (County, constituency, wards) supporting students accessing medical training
- Private and Mission health facilities in former Coast Province
- Danish Refugee Council supporting medical training of refugees in Dadaab Refugee Camp as well as several natives of Northern Kenya.
- Rotary Club of Mtwapa in implementing community service projects
- Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, New York in carrying out research projects related to provision of health care
- Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in carrying out research projects on assessing impact of health care projects.
- The Hanze University Foundation in collaboration with the Hanze University of Applied Science in the Netherlands in fundraising for various projects and support, collaboration in training of medical students, and in projects to improve quality of training of healthcare workers in Tanzania.
- The Ministry of Health of Tanzania and the Christian Social Service Commission in Tanzania to help improve the quality of training of health workers in private and public training institutions in Tanzania.
- School of Health Professionals of the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands to develop and implement medical training courses.
- Many individuals, foundations, NGO’s, clubs, businesses and other organizations who have contributed funds, time, or in kind donations towards the achievements of specific projects. Major contributors have been Wanawa Foundation, several Rotary and Lion’s clubs, MTO Foundation, Foundation Ontwikkelingssamenwerking de Ronde Venen, Skills-Meducation, Gracia Guesthouse.