Catholic Health Care Association
of South Africa
Compassionate health care in the service of Christ.
CATHCA is the Roman Catholic network of Health Care Institutions and Health Care Providers, which exist in all nine Provinces of South Africa, Botswana and Swaziland. We operate in clinics, hospitals, old age homes, hospices, orphanages, home based care programmes and many Diocesan and parish projects combating HIV/AIDS. We are an Associate Body of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference, and are the official voice of Catholic Health Care in South Africa.
CATHCA is managed by a Board of Management, the day to day affairs are run by a National Office team based in Johannesburg . CATHCA is registered as a NonProfit organisation and Public Benefit Organisation. Our VisionOur vision is to enable the provision of accessible high-quality holistic health care services in Southern Africa, especially rural and marginalised communities, in the spirit of service of Christ.
Our mission is to affirm, develop, support and strengthen both individual health care workers and an evolving Catholic health care network, in conjunction with all other health care role-players.
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Our book covers the history and impact relgious based healthcare services have made in Southern Africa.
Check out some of the amazing organisations we work with.
“Let us provide a space for ex street dwelling drug addicts to return to full life.”
Cardinal Wilfrid Napier OFM
Napier Centre 4 healing
Our Committed Team
CATHCA is run from our offices in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
If you would like to contact any of the team, please email us.
Training and Development
Monitering and Evaluation
Tinashe Mandikonza is a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer who has been with CATHCA for three years and is experienced in maintaining monitoring systems for CATHCA programmes through the creation of monitoring plans, logframes, theory of change and measuring the impact. Her journey with CATHCA has been a great learning curve for she also gained project management skills and is now an accredited assessor and facilitator. Working in a faith-based organisation has also taught her that being of service to others is the ultimate gift that one can offer especially in helping people in our marginalised community health circles.
“It was a great privilege to work with Archbishop Hurley, one of the unsung heroes and saints of South Africa.”
“My experience working in a non-profit environment has taught me how to build strong relationships with all the departments at all organisations I worked for. I am grateful about joining CATHCA and the opportunities it provides to the disadvantaged communities.”
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B-BEE Status: Level 1
NPO no. 006-174
PBO no. 9718/679/1416