CUAHA is an ecumenical network, uniting churches and creating a shared commitment to HIV and AIDS issues. Through capacity-building and the exchange of ideas and experiences, the network helps churches and faith-based organisations build more effective programmes to address the HIV epidemic.
CUAHA network is a united and coordinated effort by over 40 Southern and Eastern African and Finnish churches and faith-based organisations to scale up and improve the work to address the HIV epidemic and to improve the lives of millions of people living with the virus. CUAHA has partnerships with Anglican, Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist, Orthodox and Pentecostal churches and organisations, non-denominational Christian groups, and multi-faith movements in Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Finland.
A JOURNEY OF HOPE FOR CUAHA
This is to inform you that CUAHA project funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Finland came to an end on 30th April 2012. CUAHA International which is a legal entity registered in 2010 as an NGO in Kenya is continuing with the great work that was being done by the Cuaha Project.
The Regional Office is operating from the Full Gospel Churches of Kenya offices at Donholm in Nairobi, Kenya. The interim Board members comprised of Mrs. Birgitta Rantakari, Bishop Johannes Ramashapa and Bishop Samuel Muriithi is providing guidance and direction to the organization to ensure that it moves on. Mary Njuguna, the Regional Administration Officer is still in the office to ensure that coordination of activities and communication with members, partners, and friends is ongoing.