The CHAZ health program is managing the TB,Malaria, Nutrition, HIV and AIDS. The program has been running since 1986 with support from different donors. The major one being the Global Fund for HIV,TB and Malaria.
The Joint Financing Agreement (JFA)
The program was officially launched on 20th December 2007 in response to the HIV AIDS pandemic. It combines the support of Dan Church AID(DCA) , Irish Aid, and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (EKN).
Performance Based Financing Program
The overall purpose of the PBF project is to safeguard health sector performance and contribute to the achievement of a better health status of the Zambian population.
The Malaria Control Program was officially introduced in the Church Health Institutions (CHIs) with support from the Global Fund in 2003.
The AIDS care and prevention program
The CHAZ AIDS Care and Prevention Programme was developed in 1986 as a response to the growing problem of HIV and AIDS in the country.
The overall objective of the TB control program is to reduce mortality, morbidity and social economic burden associated with TB in the Zambian population