Request for feedback Reports on Facilitators Activities in 2013

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Wellington. 7654  
SOUTH AFRICA  
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27 March 2014
 
Dear Facilitators

It is my privilege to greet you on behalf of CABSA. We have entered this year with a deep sense of awe, excitement and gratitude as we can look forward to a new season filled with new opportunities! We also continue to praise God for His goodness and provision during the last two very challenging years.

We want to thank you for all your support and prayers during this time – it is wonderful to know that the CABSA family consists of hundreds of people like yourself who value who we are and what we do. It is also a great encouragement to know that each of you as a channel of hope also contribute in different ways to bringing reconciliation and hope in this world with HIV.

Thank you also for your patience and participation in updating our information. We are encouraged by all the informal feedback we received from you during 2013. Now we would like to remind you of your formal annual report and ask you to please complete and submit it as soon as possible. Although we would like the form as soon as possible, the deadline is the 21 st April 2014

The feedback form is available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PC3RZQT and can also be accessed below.

The ideal is that you complete and submit the report online. If you need more space than the form offers, please contact me for alternative instructions.

Please put aside at least 10-20 minutes to complete your form.

The form as a Word document is also attached to this email. You can fill it in electronically and send it to ccoh@cabsa.org.za If this is also also not possible you can print it and fax it to the office. Printed copies will also be distributed to facilitators without email access.

Your reports are extremely valuable to us, not only as a testimony of the impact of the Churches, Channels of Hope in various communities, but also as we report back to our funders.

More broken, but beautiful” is a phrase that keeps echoing in my mind after reading the book "When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor . . . and Yourself". The authors, Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert, also wrote:

Yes, Jesus died for our souls, but He also died to reconcile – that is, to put into right relationship – all that He created.”

Let us encourage each other in this sometimes painful, yet beautiful journey to restore the dignity and worth of every person we encounter.

More broken … but beautiful in Christ





Aneleh Fourie-Le Roux

Training Manager

training@cabsa.org.za

 Vision:

Caring Christian communities ministering reconciliation and hope to a world with HIV.



NPO registration number: 019 – 387 – NPO

 

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