HIV/AIDS TB & Malaria Strategic Plan 2007 -2011
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.
Download the 2nd Strategic Planning Document (PDF 3.74MB).
We, the Anglican Communion across Africa, pledge ourselves to the promise that future generations will be born and live in a world free from AIDS.
God’s call to transformation
We are living with AIDS. As the body of Christ, confronted by a disaster unprecedented in human history, we share the pain of all who suffer as a result of AIDS. Faced by this crisis, we hear God’s call to be transformed. We confess our sins of judgement, ignorance, silence, indifference and denial.
Repenting of our sin, we commit ourselves to:
Only then can we live out the Good News of the all-embracing love of Christ. Mission
Our mission is to respect the dignity of all people by: