Temba House is kind of a sanctuary in Mthantha, South Africa, where people with HIV/AIDS go to find dignity before they die. As this video shows, Temba House “transforms unjust structures” by providing a home for people often considered to be outcasts.

Temba House is supported by the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF), the Anglican Church of Canada’s agency for sustainable development, relief, refugees, and global justice. As Zaida Bastos, PWRDF’s Africa program coordinator explains in this video, Temba House became affiliated with PWRDF through the very successful Partnership for Life campaign.

PWRDF is now celebrating their fiftieth anniversary, and encouraging all to “in faith, join hands, and inspire hope.” On the PWRDF 50th Anniversary Café website, Canadian Anglicans can learn about their refugee sponsorship program, and how to plan an anniversary event.