Community Health and Development (CHAD) is a local NGO based in Kachin State, Myanmar (Burma). Founded on January 10th 2009, we are a civil society and catholic-based organization focused on Myitkyina’s diocese. The purpose of CHAD is to provide aid for the development of vulnerable communities. We also provide humanitarian assistance when it is needed.
Upon the founding of CHAD, our focus was concentrated on remote areas (hard-to-reach villages) In 2011, when conflict in Kachin State broke out again, we decided to begin assistance programs for Internally Displaced Persons in refugee camps and host communities.
Currently, we have three missions in Kachin State: Education and child protection project, anti-gender based violence project, and nutrition projects. We work in coordination and partnership with local, national and international NGO's.
To reach out and support marginalized communities, to recognize their presence, their dignity and their rights for a better quality of life, is a human duty. In this way, we join ourselves in solidarity with these often forgotten people. A very important aspect of CHAD projects is to inspire local young people and to build their self confidence and capacity to be a productive member of their community. In this way, they will become leaders of their community, and country.
What if you started to work with us?
CHAD is looking for a Health technician (from Myanmar) for our Nutrition and WASH project.
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Phone: 09 49 34 51 12
Address: Room 212, 2nd floor, Catholic Diocesan Center, St. Columban Cathedral, Aungnan Yeiktha, 01011. Myitkyina Township, Kachin State, Myanmar