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by CABSA (Christian AIDS Bureau for Southern Africa)
$670 Raised
total goal
monthly donors
For a donation of only $15/month, you can keep CABSA sustainable to realize its dream of caring Christian communities, ministering reconciliation and hope in a world with HIV


The AIDS epidemic in Africa is characterised by stigma (judgement, fear, isolation), lack of knowledge and indifference (apathy and irresponsibility). The infection rate is still very high with two new infections for every person accessing treatment. There are however churches with structures in every outpost of the continent. This means that a wonderful potential exists for churches and Christians to be part of the solution to this crisis. CABSA helps unlock this potential.


CABSA makes information available, creates understanding, helps congregations become involved, trains leaders, is involved in initiatives and supports processes to assist faith communities to understand and live out their calling in a world with HIV.

Long-Term Impact

Christian churches provide a powerful channel for the implementation of HIV and Aids strategies. However, church leaders are often uninvolved because they lack a comprehensive view of the pandemic and its drivers. In order for this to change, and for churches to fulfill their potential as a powerful channel for the implementation of HIV and Aids strategies, churches and faith communities need: To be confronted with the realities of the pandemic and the multi-layered factors

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

CABSA's virtual HIV resource centre

Organization Information

CABSA (Christian AIDS Bureau for Southern Africa)

Location: Wellington, Western Cape - South Africa
CABSA (Christian AIDS Bureau for Southern Africa)
Project Leader:
Lyn Van rooyen
Fontainebleau, Gauteng South Africa

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