Simply stated, service delivery is the key.
When effective services are available to communities and families
this simple reality is a catalyst for change.
CharisHealth Wellness disseminates responsibility and
management for service delivery to the local community where
needs can be accurately identified and service delivery
directed. To achieve this goal, the local community needs to
be empowered to coordinate NPO’s,
property developers, faith based organisations,
governmental agencies and other resources.
The impoverished, disabled, retired, and chronically ill,
enduring debilitating illnesses such as HIV/AIDS, cancer,
immobility, and malnutrition, represent the vulnerable elements of
Whilst governmental authorities endeavour to provide centralised
support, inevitably, service delivery to vulnerable elements often
falls short of expectations. Limited resources, bureaucracy,
mistrust, and economic factors translate into inadequate
healthcare, term care and access to medications.
Educating and training individuals in communities rather than deploying
individuals from outside those communities overcomes mistrust and
ensures that needs are accurately identified, short and long term
service delivery is focused, and property development is
Reaching into communities.
construction and management of Community Centres, Healthcare
and Affordable Term Care Facilities, Retirement Complexes,
Schools, and Community Housing;
SAQA (South African
Qualifications Authority) accredited training
in Project Management, Financial Accountability, Nutrition,
Agriculture, IT technology, Nursing and Caregiving, and other
essential skills. The recognition and accrediation of prior
Developing relationships with mainline medical institutions to refer complex cases and/or pathology beyond our clinical scope;
Work collaboratively with
the network of faith-based organizations and NGO's to leverage
their localised knowledge and experience of communities in
communal/economic transformation projects.
In our experience these key factors are driven
to the forefront when real delivery becomes available. More importantly,
the reality of delivery must work its way into the tissue of
communal recognition. It's this shared recognition that is paramount.
Making a difference ultimately means more than knowing it takes
hard work for such goals to see the light of day. It's about doing
until you see the light in someone else's eyes.
African Qualifications Authority
develop and implement policy and criteria, after consultation with
the QCs for the development, registration and publication of
qualifications and part-qualifications.
register a qualification or part-qualification recommended by a QC
if it meets the relevant criteria;
develop policy and criteria, after consultation with the QCs, for
assessment, recognition of prior learning and credit accumulation