"Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.”


We are registered charitable centre that operates as a non- profit, independent organization. Our organization focuses to empower the poor and improve their social, political and economic situations. From humble beginnings in 2001, CH Muhammed koya memmorial charitable centre, popularly known as CH centre, commenced operating from a small private residence with zero funding, to where we are today- the charitable voluntary organization operating from large and expanding premises and providing medical and humanitarian services across the world.

To help end poverty, promote justice, uphold dignity, and to improve the quality of life of people, so that the world's need won't need to rely on charity.

To be a helping hand for the people in need, and to provide them with an opportunity to experience meaningful and productive lives.

CH Muhammed koya was the tenth chief minister of Kerala. He has also served as Kerala speaker and Education minister. As education minister he was instrumental in formulating many plans to bring Kerala as one of the most educationally forward states of India. Now Kerala is NO 1 state of India in terms of literacy and Koya was one among those successful leaders who made Kerala intellectually the best. CH Muhammed koya is still the beacon light and the source of inspiration to the masses in Kerala and so will be in the years to come.CH Muhammed koya memorial charitable centre popularly known as CH centre is named after him.

Shihab Thangl was born as the eldest son of Panakkad Sayd Ahmad Pookoya Thangal, who was a renowned Islamic leader and spiritual icon of Kerala. Shihab Thangl was appointed as the president of the Kerala state committee of  Indian Union Muslim League in 1975 and remained president until his death in 2009. He was a very influential leader of the Muslim community in Kerala and was Qazi to hundreds of Mahals in Kerala. He did his Advance studies in religious education at Thalakkadathur and Kananchery Dars under Ponmala Moideen Musliyar then continued it in  Egypt and obtained his master's degree in Arabic literature from Al Azhar University in 1961. He continued his studies in Cairo university and pursued a Doctorate in Arabic literature in 1966.



C H Centre is a registered independent charitable organization focusing to empower the poor and improve their social, political and economic situations. C H Centre started its operations on 6th September 2001, considering the difficulties faced by the patients of Calicut Medical College hospital after the Kadalundi Train accident and Pookkipparambu bus accident- the two serious disruptions that took away a lot of lives and created great potential losses to the mankind. Sayyid Muhammad Ali Shihab Thangal, one of the....

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