For the most vulnerable patients
in Public hospitals.
NACHAM AFRICA Our main mission is to care for the medical, financial and social needs of the vulnerable and their inner circles (family and local communities). Ask for Consultation

Nacham Africa-For vulnerable patients in Public hospitals.

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Our main mission is to care for the medical, financial and social needs of the vulnerable and their inner circles (family and local communities).

Our programs

Nacham Africa’s approach towards vulnerable patients is a holistic approach which puts the patients in the center, while taking into account the circles that surrounds them.

Education program

Education program was created because we realised that at every back-to-school the vulnerable patients we are attending to become more stressed up because their treatment is taking all their little means and they dont see how they can send their children to schoool. The aim of this program is to give chances to children from [...]

Program to Eradicate Gender-Based Violence (EGBV)

Program to Eradicate Gender-Based Violence (EGBV): In Burundi there are different types of GBV, namely sexual, psychological, physical and economic violence: 1.In this program we offer psychosocial assistance to women and men hospitalized victims or having been victims of GBV especially economic and psychological violence. 2.We provide dignity kits (sanitary pads, diapers, etc...) to vulnerable [...]

Kina Program

“KINA” in Kirundi means “PLAY“. The focus of this program are children: healthy children of sick hospitalized mother/father, who are often accompany their sick parents during their hospitalization period, who temporarily lost their prime caretaker, and are in danger of neglect. sick hospitalized children at the age 1-18. The hospital is a difficult surrounding, especially [...]

Gemura Program

GEMURA program is one of the 6 programs of Nacham Africa which deals with food assistance for vulnerable patients and the provision of various accessories useful for their well-being during their hospital stay, especially hygiene accessories in collaboration with the social service of the host Hospital. Considering that the majority of vulnerable and needy patients [...]

Remesha Program

The REMESHA program is one of Nacham Africa's programs whose intervention consists in psychosocial assistance and the promotion of positive thinking for vulnerable patients hospitalized in public hospitals. Just as body and mind are inseparable for life, material support is inseparable from moral support, it is in this context that the voluntary members of the [...]

Kira Program

The KIRA program is one of the 6 programs of the Nacham Africa organization which focuses on medical and paramedical assistance to vulnerable patients and children hospitalized in public hospitals in Burundi. Given the cost of health care in Burundi, 90% of the population is considered vulnerable, a large part of the hospitalized patients are [...]

About Nacham Africa

Nacham Africa is a non-profit organization operating in Burundi,aiming to assist vulnerable patients located in public hospitals. Nacham Africa was founded to provide basic needs as food and clothing, financial, social and emotional,psychological care to patients with those needs.

Do you want to be among our volonteers

NACHAM AFRICA counts a group of more than300 volunteers. As the need is still high , we still need people to assist us to help patients in the areas set in our mission, Send us a message if you can help with our cause.

Nacham Africa

We currently operate several programs which aim to answer several needs of the patients:

  •     Medical needs
  •     Basic needs: food, clothing and hygienic needs etc
  •     Emotional and psychological needs..

Our programs involve the patients’ immediate circles: care-takers in the health system, family and community. Although our programs emphasis on the patients’ needs while in the hospitals, we also address their challenges they encounter in their local communities the first few weeks after leaving the hospital.

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