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CAPA has been increasingly involved in contributing to the global plan to reduce HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria by evolving appropriate strategies and activities across her Provinces and Dioceses in order to respond to the needs of her communities in light of these epidemics. The Anglican Church in Africa, being a caring Church in a hurting world, has developed this Strategic plan II (2007 - 2011) with the goal to scale - up CAPA's response in contributing to the global reduction of TB, HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Poverty as well as promote Gender Equity in socio - economic development in Africa…More
This desk study was designed purposely to document the work that CAPA has been involved in during the 2001 2005 period. It provides an opportunity to not only document for future reference purposes but also to inform on-going interventions on the realties and contexts on the ground…More
In March 2001, Archbishop of Cape Town and Metropolitan, the Most Reverend Njongonkulu Ndungane, was given the mandate to develop a communion-wide understanding of the scope of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa. His first task was to bring together the leadership of the African churches through the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa (CAPA) to determine the breadth and scope of this pandemic, as well as the potential responses to be made. The All Africa Anglican Conference on HIV/AIDS was held in Boksburg, South Africa, in August 2001…More