Dr. Moses Kharat shares his converge story toward salvation and becoming a healer for villagers in India.
In September 2010, inspired by the success of the Jamkhed model for rural transformation in India, Dr. Moses Kharat decided to return to his native town of Buldhana to dedicate his energies to working with the rural poor.
The project eventually became known as the Community Based Health Project (CBHP). While the project is still is in its infancy, it currently operates in eight project villages.
CBHP focuses on training and empowering Village Health Workers (VHWs) as the main agents of change in their villages, while supporting them with Mobile Health Teams (MHTs) and referral clinics. The long-term goal is to see villagers fully empowered to take ownership of their health to overcome health inequity.
Moses is a host for Converge internship opportunities.