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CHISTRE is a non-governmental organization (NGO) established in 2000 to address the socio-economic and health concerns of the people in rural areas and other poor communities in Nigeria. CHISTRE started out as a library and resource center devoted to HIV/AIDS and sexual health (see what the United Nations Development Program has written about our resource centre, but since its humble beginnings Read More
  • Personal integrity, a high moral standard, commitment to our shared mission, and excellence in our work.
  • Common courtesy in our personal interactions, a collaborative working style, and concern for the rights of others are the chief manifestations and basis for successfully achieving CHISTRE’s mission.
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Oguta is a town on the east bank of Oguta Lake in Imo State of southeastern Nigeria. It is the administrative seat for Oguta LGA. Oguta was one of the first territories used by the British to advance into the Igbo hinterland. As of 2012 Oguta’s population was estimated at 20,096
Catch Them Young Program (Agwa, Oguta L.G.A. Imo State, Nigeria) Goals and Achievements – “A Generation Without AIDS” This was an in-school HIV/AIDS educational program launched in 6 primary schools. Curriculum was developed by CHISTRE staff and other public health experts and taught by CHISTRE trained teachers in order to spread accurate information among the younger generation, with a goal of eventual movement towards “A Generation Without AIDS.” Read More

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