CABSA and CHABAHIVA are equipping a group of farm workers as peer educators in a multi-year programme in selected districts in the Western Cape.

De Doorns Farming Community HIV workshop

CABSA trained Peer Educators in De Doorns, Western Cape. After the training, the Peer Educatiors brought to our attention, the need to have a HIV workshop in the community. These are the people that attended the workshop with Aneleh and Clive as facilitators amongst them. We are greatful to have seen the amount of people that showed interest on the day

Peer Educator training, Caledon 12-14 Feb & 19-20 Feb 2019

CABSA’s Farm project is focused on training farmworkers to become Peer Educators so that they can share their knowledge of prevention, eradicating stigma and be a support to those living with HIV. We had the opportunity to train Peer Educators in the Caledon area. CABSA is not new to the faith community in the Caledon area; however, we had to network to get the training going, as we are totally unknown to the farming community in Caledon. One of the newly trained Peer Educators said the following; “We must be God’s presence as we help others” We want to thank CHABAHIVA for enabling CABSA to roll out as life changing and lifesaving message to our farming communities.