Christian Health Association of Lesotho

CHAL Nurses Training Institutions Graduations 2019

CHAL NTI operates 4 nursing institutions, namely: Scott College of Nursing, Pa...ray School of Nursing, Roma College of Nursing and Maluti Adventist College. Each year these institutions enrol students in diploma and certificate programs for nursing. Paray School of Nursing and Scott College of Nursing offer three nursing programs; Certificate in Nursing assistance, Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery, while Roma College of Nursing and Maluti Adventist College offer only two programs; Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery. This year, 66 graduates received their certificates in Nursing Assistant program, 189 in Diploma in General Nursing and 157 in Diploma in Midwifery. Full Story here

Monthly Trainings for village health workers

Maluti Hospital has embarked on monthly trainings for Village Health Workers to ensure that they provide proper health services to their comm...unities. This month of October, the training focused on AMR (Antimicrobial resistance) preventive strategies that can be done at community level with main focus on TB, HIV, HPV and gastroenteritis in children under the age of 5 years. Preventative strategies discussed were those that will not incur any costs to implement in everyday life and these activities include: Full Story here

Mosite Health Centre Hosts Sports Tournament

Mosite Health Centre has embarked on a campaign to encourage youth to test for HIV and TB and reduce teenage pregnancy through spo...rts.The event was hosted on the Independence Day, where local teams in the catchment area participated for netball and soccer. The clinic is currently providing healthcare services to 26 villages. 128 people tested for HIV and TB screening, 55 males and 73 females at this campaign. This was the second time Mosite Health Centre hosted this kind of tournament for the youth to encourage them to test for HIV and screen for TB. The local Counsellor supported this tournament with two soccer balls and water. Full Story here


CHAL is a voluntary organization of six member churches, namely; The Anglican Church in Lesotho, The Assemblies of God Church, The Assemblies of God Church, The Lesotho Evangelical Church in Southern Africa, The Roman Catholic Church, and The Seventh Day Adventist Church of Southern Africa. The Association was registered in Lesotho in 1974 under the Societies Act following some historical developments briefly discussed below. CHAL currently provides about 40% of health care in Lesotho and is a key partner of the GoL in the health sector. Among the member churches they own 8 hospitals and 71 health centres throughout Lesotho