Equity - Integration - Empowerment
What is CBHP ?
In September 2010, inspired by the success of the Jamkhed model for rural transformation in India, Dr Moses Kharat decided to return to his native town of Buldana to dedicate his energies to working with the rural poor.
Seven years on, notwithstanding challenges like flooding, vehicle breakdowns, malaria outbreaks and tragedy in the family, the forward march of transformation in the villages continues unabated.
Using a community-based approach to help mitigate health and social injustices in rural India.
‘An entire world, from a single community.’
The CBHP logo is a representation of the banyan tree, the national tree of India. As the banyan tree grows, its branches send down new roots into the ground so that eventually, a whole forest can find its origin from a single seed. This represents the work we do at the Community Based Health Project. The Village Health Workers light the candles of health for all, spreading the prosperity of good health from village to village so that one day the entire world may heal.