Our mandate is "to ensure that
have health insurance cover."

About Us.

Affordable coverage for your health and that of your loved ones.

Get To
Know Us.

The Contributory Health Scheme is a Health System consisting of compulsory contribution and pooling of funds together to Finance Expenditure to pay for all or partly Health Services to be rendered to the beneficiary/enrollee with the purpose of providing access to affordable & qualitative health care.


Milestones that
birthed ODCHC & ODCHS


Formulation of Contributory Health Bill, April –June 2017


Domestication of Bill and Stakeholders Forum, September – October 2017


The draft bill proposing the establishment of ODCHC & ODCHS was transmitted to The ONDO STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ON 22ND December 2017


Following First and Second Readings, a Public Hearing was held for Stakeholders on 8th January 2018, with Capacity Building and Sensitization Workshop for Members of the House (all in attendance) in Ondo town on 10th January 2018.


To Strengthen the Understanding of Stakeholders, there was a Study Tour of Delta State Contributory Health Commission, Asaba for House of Assembly Members, Ministry of Health Officials and other Stakeholders between 20th – 26th January 2018.


Ondo State House of Assembly Passed the Bill on Friday 2nd, February 2018


Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN assented to the Bill on Tuesday 6th February 2018


This is the state equity scheme for pregnant women and children under the age of 5.

Bespoke social health insurance for informal sector and organised private sector.

Health insurance product for residents within the public formal sector space i.e. civil servants & political office holders.

Health insurance package for students schooling in Ondo State whose parent(s) have or do not have SUNSHIS or ORANGHIS cover.

Health insurance product for persons with special interests (low/no income earners, persons with disabilities, aged persons, retirees, pregnant women, children under the age of 5 etc.).

Property of Ondo State Contributory Health Commission