In the quest to achieve the organisation's vision of "a caring Christian community ministering reconciliation and hope in a world with HIV", the Christian AIDS Bureau of Southern Africa (CABSA) plays a key role in many aspects of the Christian HIV terrain in Southern Africa and even internationally.

CABSA is not a direct service organisation, but builds capacity and guides and supports Christian communities to respond to the challenges of HIV through advocacy, comprehensive online information services, a variety of trainings and workshops, mobilising  and networking. You can read more about the organisation's core values and guiding principles which direct us in all we do. The two flagship projects is the CARIS (Christian AIDS Resource and Information) programme, which manages this website, and the Churches, Channels of Hope programme. The reach of our Churches, Channels of Hope programme is expanded through partnership with license holders, World Vision International and AIDSLink.

You can also download the short introduction to CABSA in Afrikaans and English Follow the link for more information on CABSA

CABSA provided the logistic support for this website and sales of TiB materials until the organisation restructured in early 2018, at which time the function was transferred to WWSOSA.