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Who Are We?

We are dedicated to providing a customized home-based care service to patients affected by chronic illnesses.

We aim to empower them and their families to get access to the best long term, good quality care and rehabilitation.

Our Mission

To provide a customized medical support program to ensure rapid recovery in the comfort of the patient’s own home; hence decreasing the chances of re-admission to hospital whilst increasing the patient’s reintegration back into the family and society in general.

Our Vision

To empower chronic disease survivors and their families to get access to the best long term, good quality care, and rehabilitation.

Goals and Objectives

  • Provide a comprehensive home recovery program to patients.
  • Set up primary healthcare services in poor communities in collaboration with other organisations so that socio-economic upliftment is realized.
  • Facilitate support groups for the people who utilize our services

Latest Outreaches

We have a holistic approach to healthcare. We attend to the physical needs by sending out nurses and caregivers. We attend to overall wellbeing by giving out food parcels to patients and we also attend to mental needs by offering telephonic support and hosting support groups.

Ms Ramen

Ms Ramen, a double amputee patient with her 3 months supply donation of diapers donated by CHO in partnership with Sibaya Community Trust..

Food Hamper

Some of the recipients of monthly food hamper handouts at Chatsworth community..

Patient of the year

Tanya Mark picture with CHO volunteer Seetha Govender. Tanya was crowned patient of the year 2022 after the organisation saw her dedication to her recovery despite her circumstances she always thrive to be better.

Nurse Prudence

Nurse Prudence picture with Mr Pillay during one of the monthly vital check-up.

CHO’s objective

Part of CHO’s objective is to give patients holistic approach to help them recover and be able to aid themselves. In the picture caregiver Nombali assisting Mr. Gordon on his diet and living a healthy lifestyle.

Newlands Community weekly visit

Mr Mazibuko captured with CHO caregiver Nombali during Newlands Community weekly visit for vital check, home-based care, and lifestyle and diet advice session.

Success Stories

With your generous donation, we were able to fulfil our objectives of:

Providing a comprehensive home recovery program to stroke survivors & other chronic illness sufferers.

We have helped 289 survivors.

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