You can contact us either at the Channels of Hope office in Wellington or the CARIS office in Randburg.
Director and Project Manager for CARIS
Lyn is a passionate Johannesburger with a background in nursing and business consulting.
She became involved in the work of CABSA through a needs analysis in 2004, and bought into the vision of CABSA to such an extent, that she can not imagine herself working in any other position.
The most exciting function of CABSA is enabling Christians to do what God has called them to do in the field of HIV and AIDS more efficiently and effectively.
She is married to Jan, and have three (adult) children and one very precious grandchild. She is passionate about gardening, mostly with indigenous plants, loves cross-stitch embroidery (but seldom have time for this!) and reads compulsively (an ideal prerequisite for this job!).
Or at the CARIS office.
My name is Nonceba Maud Ravuku. I am from Soweto.
My journey with CABSA started in 2008 when I worked at the CARIS office as a office assistant, this was the best opportunity to be trained as a facilitator and I have grown tremendously and have been part of the training team many times. I always learn from facilitators I meet about their experiences. My journey with HIV though started in the early 90s.
I enjoy working with youth and church leaders.
I have a beautiful daughter, I love reading, I love interacting with different people from different backgrounds.
The first seeds of HIV involvement were planted in Aneleh in the early 1990s when she met Rev. Christo Greyling. Her studies in Development Studies motivated her to become involved as a volunteer with the Stellenbosch Aids Action. This led to full-time employment as Training Coordinator with this organisation.
Aneleh became a co-worker of CABSA in 2003 and is now in a part time capacity responsible for training and mentoring at CABSA. Aneleh is married to Gerhard and they live and breathe in Somerset West where they are close to the mountains and the sea!
You can contact her at the Wellington Office or by e-mail
Clive Swartz - Churches, Channels of Hope Programme Coordinator
is born in Cape Town. Since his graduation in 1996 with a diploma in theology has spent over twenty years in pastoral ministry to date. In the meantime he has completed his BMin degree also. He has a heart for people and this has soon lead him onto the path of people who are living with HIV. Becoming involve with World Vision’s Channels of Hope in Child Protection and Gender Base Violence, further developed a passion in him, to see that the church accomplish their mandate towards the vulnerable.
“I was welcomed by Logy Murray to a ministry and not to just an organisation.” He sees CABSA as a tool in the hand of God to support churches to reach their “God mandate” with specific focus on equipping church leaders to be efficient and effective in their field of ministry towards people living with HIV and AIDS. Clive is a family man, married to Anette and have two children Abigail and Kyle. They are his pride and joy and he is passionate about them.
You can reache Clive at the Wellington Office or on firstname.lastname@example.org
Meloney was born and bred in Paarl, one of 4 children.
She has a passion for people and sees herself meeting the needs of her brothers and sisters.
She looks forward to her involvement at CABSA every day. She sees her job as a commitment and challenge and feel privileged to be linked with CABSA.
Her interest is reading, she loves the sea and nature.
You can contact her at Head Office or by e-mail or at the Wellington Office
Training Teams, Contract Staff and Regional Representatives
CABSA uses a network of coworkers as training team members and regional representatives - read more about some of these valuable coworkers.
Jan has a background in the Natural Sciences, Human Resources, Training Management and Organisations Development. Typically of the way he works, he taught himself web design in 1997 when he got fed up with web developers that did not want to share their knowledge with him.
His focus is on helping people 'understand'. He loves sharing and debating what he knows - or thinks he does - be it about organisations, strategic planning, organisation culture, change or websites. He is currently also working on processes for sharing the experiences and knowledge he gained in the business world with NGO’s, which is where the real world -changing things are happening.
You can contact Jan here