Rielding International

Rielding Health Advancement Trust Fund

 An organization aiming
to work worldwide,with presence in Africa & soon in Asia in areas of health,environment,microfinance,education, clean energy, housing,infrastructure,manufacturing consultancy,training & ICT.  

Leadership without support is like trying to make bricks without enough straw. True leaders reinforce their ideas and plans with strategic partnerships, alliances and supportive audiences.

Rielding International’s

Grand MegaVision:

Very Rich People everywhere  in the world.

Mega Vision
A Highly developed world &  hyper growth for all Countries.


The overall goal of the Rielding International organization is to provide the people of the world with better access to health care,education, environmental sustenability,clean energy,finance,infrastructure, housing & ICT for improved standards of living .

Strategic Objective:                                                                                                         Rielding International  is a developmental institution founded as a community based organisation,working on child/youth /women development & their health issues as well as educating  them on entrepreneurship & community health initiatives with a coverage targetting Tanzania country & Kenya.The group has been planning to extend its coverage to all  natiions  in the African continent for the next ten years.

Strategic Pivotal Goal:                                                                                                      The prime philosophy of the Rielding International is to provide Networked  Solutions(RINS) to promote the health and economical well-being of people residing in developing countries  Asia and Africa.




Assistance for Kids in Pain Project under Rielding International to provide Networked  Solutions(RINS) for improved health.


Welcome to Rielding International Networked  Solutions(RINS) ………………Your source for ………….community health strengthening


Strategic Objective:        

While Rielding International’s improvement goals include people of all ages, the project’s main priority is improving that of  children.

Health Issues Faced by the Children

The Goal of the Baby Health schemes

Contextual Details Related to the Baby`s Health:Currently, there is only 1 doctor for every 50,000 people in Kenya.

In Areas of health Kenya alone, there is a 12.1% chance that a child will die before they reach the age of five7. This figure is alarmingly high, especially since the cause of death for the great majority of these children is entirely preventable with proper monitoring of health and quick diagnosis and treatment. This is the goal of the Rielding International project – to provide better health care to patients.The World Health Organization reports that in countries such as Kenya and Tanzania, the main children’s health problems include malnutrition, diarrheal diseases, HIV/AIDS transmitted from the mother, malaria, and pneumonia7. Extreme and/or sudden fluctuations in weight (especially weight loss) in children under the age of one can be a representative symptom of many of the aforementioned health problems. Malnutrition and the presence of HIV/AIDS can be detected when a baby does not develop or grow according to normal standards1,5. Diarrheal diseases can cause sudden drops in a baby’s weight. Because a symptom of malaria is diarrhea, sudden weight loss could also be an indicator of this particular disease4.

Leadership without support is like trying to make bricks without enough straw. True leaders reinforce their ideas and plans with strategic partnerships, alliances and supportive audiences.

Donate your proceeds to the Assistance for Kids in Pain Project an initiative to provide support,resources & hope to communities`s children health supportive networks & families of underpriviledged children in Kenya & East Africa suffering from malnutrition,extremehunger,TB,HIV/AIDS,Malarial,pneumonia,defects & diarroheal diseases.


Our vision is for Kenya & TZ  to have selfsufficient communal & family health programs that can have the necessary medical care to children & young adults who suffer from eradicable intolerable defects,diseases & adversities under the MDGs radar especially for those who have few resources to pay for such care.


More than 1,000,000 babies are born in Kenya with a common ailment or defect each year.However at this time ,there is no common communal vital health programs in all of Africa.Lacking the access to modern mediacal care ,many of these children die needlessly in their early childhood years.

From 2012 ,RHATF,is to assist over 117,000 needy children & young adults in a span of 5-10 years with help from Kenya,India

,Italy & USA through medical tourism,health subsidies,community healthy ecosystems initiative & clinics in primary schools.It is truly remarkable that 75% of the patients should receive their life saving treatments for free between 2012-2015.

RHATF is a registered name & a private label charitable organisation in Kenya & a tax exempt entity worldwide.


Our supporters are individuals,families,communities,foundations, businesses,churches & organisations from around the world.Gifts of all sizes are helping the “Assistance for Kids in Pain ProjecT” HAVE A POSITIVE EFFECT ON THE LIVES OF CHILDREN IN NEEDY FAMILIES.


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Healthy Communities Initiative

Rielding International is designed to provide a clear and dynamic path forward in promoting the health priorities of pregnant women,babies under five and school going children in Africa.

Our best health resources for aFRICA’s best health

  • Establish ten priority health goals
  • Identify & construct over 30000 Community health clinics to help in access to vital health care status
  • Build an agenda for community health improvement
The idea for over 30000 community health clinics  is simple, very transparent and very successful: As people in East Africa and as elsewhere in Africa have difficulties to afford the crucial and appropriate means of treatment , we try to find donors abroad, who can finance a local small clinic within schools,religious institutions or shopping districts with just a paltry justmeans.With a 100 US$ towards medicines or even US$100,000 donated you can finance a health clinic for the needy people in Africa.Well equippedclinics with patient-sensitive & youth friendly services will be able to deliver immense wealth of assistance.Once we get exposure with cultures &  some enthusiastic placed articles in newspapers and magazines in USA,EU,Canada ETC. the idea Is picked by donors and within few years, 2.000 clinics could be given out to people of grassroot-initiatives in rural East Africa. If The fundraising goes well, budgets could be topped with money from development-aid and within 16 years, the number of clinics given out can reach 30,000.


To see a Healthy community where vulnerable and disadvantaged  members of the community and other disadvantaged people in the society of mostly the youths live positive and sustainable health lives.


    • Formative research to health issues.
  • community health worker trainings and development issues in the community
    •  Gender Issues development trainigs.
  • Adolescent health development programs
  • Communicable/Non-communicable disease prevention control e.g. STI/HIV/AIDS,
  • Empowerment programs e.g.   micro-finance, social welfare


The organization in the past received health support grant from; Youth development fund,church funds, bank entrepreneurship fund.


  •  The most active  group in the society and  resource mobilization  Award (2010 by the Action aid organization.


  • To conduct baseline studies   to identify issues affecting the society and try to meet there needs as youth group.
  • To provide  basic  Information training to  community members, and Youths for development, Economic Growth as well as  Poverty alleviation.
    • Conservation of environment through planting of trees which in turn bring the the youths together  and also raising awareness for the youths and creating income.
  • To provide awareness  on drug related abuses that affect the youth.
  • To develop, field-test and produce  Materials for campaigns i.e. Posters, Handouts e.t.c.
  • To raise Awareness on STD/HIV&AIDS, promote and provide Community Based empowerment for the youth.
  • To Collaborate with other Bodies or Agencies Promoting development in the society.


  • Advocacy / Sensitization
  • Behavioral Change Communication (BCC)
  • Home/Community Based Care trainigs.
  • Youth Friendly Resource Centers
  • Training peers
  • Health education provisions


  • Locals
  • Youth.
  • Community Based Organizations (CBOs).
  •  policy makers
  • Traditional / Religious /Community Development Associations , CBOs.
  • Policy Makers / Local / State/National level.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS; Enquire to See who is already involved in Community Vital Signs::JOIN OUR EFFORT:Find out more info & how to become a Community Partner

Global Health Goal Collaboration Centers

  • Increase access to quality healthcare in Africa
  • Increase physical activity and healthy eating to reduce chronic diseases
  • improve behavioural health
  • Promote safe water access to children
  • Prevent & detect cancer
  • raise health kids
  • have a safe and healthy place to live
  • Improve health & health care access for persons with disabilities
  • promote healthy aging
  • eliminate health disparities

What issue is vital to you? 

See how the work you do aligns with our health goals. Together we can learn more, act more, and affect change.

Ten affinity groups will continue to provide guidance and insight to reach each health goal. Rielding International provides the vital information for these groups to connect and work together to improve the health of the community:

  • Work together to address important issues related to each health goal
  • Share information about their agencies and organizations, along with their current initiatives and future plans
  • Identify individuals and resources available to support progress toward health goals
  • Connect existing resources with community and agency needs


Rielding International represents more than 30000 community health initiatives, a collaborative process that has prioritized health goals and selected specific  measures to our progress going forward as we work together to improve the health of African people.

This collaboration is supported by Hospitals of USA,Councils on Health in Europe and the Hospitals of Africa , Community Benefit Partnership (CBP), Building a Healthier Africa (BHA), and the Healthy Communities Initiative.

The Healthy Communities Initiative designed the Healthy Communities Network® — a configurable local-based  system that  provides high-quality data and decision support tools.  The system improves health tracking, best practice sharing, and community development to enable health improvement and environmental sustainability of communities around the world.

Works by other groups Cited by RI.


(1) Read about the 2011-2019 Community Needs |Rielding International Disparities Assessment: HEALTH DISPARITIES:Highlighting differences in health status, outcomes and access to care allows  community to target and allocate resources efficiently, adjust socio-economic systems, and encourage political change to improve health.

(2) Backgrounder – HIV Infection in Infants and Children. 1 Feb. 2000. National Institute

of Allergy and Infectious Diseases – National Institute of Health. 17 Feb. 2009 <http://www3.niaid.nih.gov/news/newsreleases/2000/drug_regimen_backgrounder.htm&gt;

(3) Mashavu – Networked Health Solutions for the Developing World. 2009. Mashavu.

25 Jan. 2009 <http://www.mashavu.com/&gt;.

(4) Pneumonia. 2009. The Nemours Foundation. 17 Feb. 2009


(5) Preventing Malaria in Infants and Children: DPD. 11 Feb. 2009. Health Grades, Inc.

17 Feb. 2009 <http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/artic/preventing_malaria


(6) UNICEF – Kenya – The big picture. United Nations Children’s Fund. 30 Jan. 2009


(7) “Weather and Climate in Kenya.” South Travels. 2009. 17 Feb. 2009


(8) WHO | Kenya. 2009. World Health Organization. 25 Jan. 2009


(9) Badkhen, Anna. “Famine in East Africa: Littlest Victims of Drought, Poverty.”

San Francisco Chronicle 30 Mar. 2006: A1.

The other purpose of this blog  is to allow its users to view information and to provide resources and health-related data to interested parties. This resource is not a substitute for the advice of your personal physician or other qualified health care professional nor is it an endorsement of educational methods, products, or services.

The content has not been checked or warranted, and does not constitute or imply a recommendation or endorsement, by Building a Healthier Africa (BHA). Building a Healthier Africa (BHA) is not a health care provider, and does not give medical advice or treatment. You are responsible for interviewing and selecting a physician or other provider for additional information. By reviewing this list of resources, you understand and agree that the Building a Healthier Africa (BHA) is in no way responsible for the acts, omissions, or services of any of the physicians, providers and resources, or for any actions you may take based on the information furnished by Building a Healthier Africa (BHA). IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A MEDICAL EMERGENCY, CALL 911.

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We are looking for financial service providers that would like to partner with us to conduct rigorous randomized controlled microfnance trials and answer key demands in microfinance. This requires that institutions meet the following criteria:

  • Partner understands the research method and is prepared to ensure a satisfactory project.
  • Project is large enough in scale to have adequate statistical power.
  • Project is of central importance to the overall project – we really care about microfinance.
  • Project is manageable and, to the extent possible, builds on existing capacity.
  • Partner is operating in Financial Access Initiative strategic countries.
  • Partner must be seeking to answer key questions around demand, impact and regulation and willing to agree to the standards or randomized controlled trials and are able to fund their own operational implementation of the microcreditresearch.

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Student Network Members

The RHATF Initiative seeks students in Master Programs at Universities around the world who are actively interested in microfinance and willing to put the knowledge they are gaining in the classroom at work to help open financial access for poor households around the world.

RHATF  can provide your student group with key educational, experiential (hands-on), and employment opportunities.


  • Access to RHATF’s cutting-edge data and research
  • Assistance securing high-profile guest speakers and arranging agendas for events
  • A platform for students interested in institutionalizing microfinance curriculum in their universities to share resources and ideas


  • Guidance on how to start up a successful microfinance organization
  • Opportunities as research assistants with RHATF and its partner organizations
  • Consulting opportunities for student groups looking for action projects
  • Publication opportunities on RHATF’s website and newsletter


  • Assistance organizing professional development workshops
  • Access to job postings from RHATF`s partner organizations

For information on how to start a local Microfinance Club:  “Guide to Starting a Microfinance Club” 

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Volunteers and Interns

We are looking for volunteers and interns with a wide range of skills and expertise and a commitment to community development in many of the laggard sectors in Africa. If you are interested in volunteering or in an internship US9400 p.a. fee applies payable to RHATF(includes Village tours in Kenya,shareable free housing,communal meals and car services:offer for discount five day & liveabroad trips to Kenya to take you  to visit  villages and surrounding areas and get a better feel for what you might want.).Please contact Luvaha Charles Luvaga Luvluvaha@gmail.com .

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