Guiding Principles, Vision, Mission and Goal

This section sets out the programmatic directions of the second 5 year integrated strategic plan (2007 – 2011), which principally focuses on the HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria. It further articulates a revised programme vision, mission, goal and expected outcomes of the plan at the end of its implementation over the next five years.


Guiding Principles

CAPA affirms the following in developing and implementing this plan:

  • The regional plan on HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria complements existing Provincial health plans and policies that are related to the corporate development of the Anglican Provinces of Africa;
  • The plan shall adopt strategies that are cost effective, practical, socially and spiritually acceptable and scientifically sound to ensure that HIV, TB and Malaria are brought under control;
  • The various Provinces of CAPA acknowledge their responsibility to provide quality and comprehensive health and social services to their communities and members, using appropriate strategies;
  • The strategic plan seeks to contribute to the attainment of the MDGs targets on HIV/AIDS, the RBM and GMCS initiatives and objectives. This will also contribute to the realization of the Global plan to stop TB;
  • Implementing the strategic plan shall be based on the principle of human rights and ethics, social justice and equity that are within beliefs and faith of the Anglican Provinces of Africa;
  • The relationship between HIV, TB and Malaria also informed the development of this integrated plan.



A committed and sustainable Anglican Communion in Africa, with an enabling environment addressing continental challenges of HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria in communities.


Mission Statement

CAPA shall provide comprehensive care and support that will bring relief to families and communities who are infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria in a loving and compassionate way through institutions within and outside the Provinces and Dioceses.


Strategic Plan Goal

The goal of the CHSP II is to strengthen CAPA HIV/AIDS Programme coordination to deliver sustainable integrated HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria services and mitigate their impact in communities by 2011.


Target group

The target groups for implementing this CHSP II (2007-2011) will be selected based on the identified priority issues of HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria infection and the planned activities to be implemented in Provinces, Dioceses and communities. It therefore targets the Church, its leadership and followers including the host communities. Priority groups such as youth, PLWHA, CSW, children, women and men groups will be specifically targeted by a number of interventions.


Expected Outcome of the plan

  • CAPA programme coordination, management and internal institutional capacity strengthened for sustainable social development;
  • To have in place an effective and sustainable integrated HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria programme in all the 12 Anglican Provinces in Africa and the Diocese of Egypt;
  • Increased access to HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria intervention activities within the Provinces and Dioceses.