We bridge the gap between the challenges and the solutions in the HIV/AIDS ecosystem

towards the overall goal of reducing HIV infections.

Who we are

CHABAHIVA Trust is a compassionate and responsible social investor. We invest in HIV initiatives towards the development of the community. Our response is aimed at containing the spread and adverse effects of HIV. We do this through a series of four incremental innovations which are designed to strengthen and offer support to organisations that respond to HIV prevention and care programmes in the communities they operate in. Our investments within these organisations spread across different provinces in South Africa.

Why we exist

Organisations at the front of the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic are struggling.
Diminished attention on the ongoing epidemic over the past few years and has led to diminished funding while the impact of HIV/AIDS is still a harsh reality for many individuals, families, and communities.

It is this harsh reality that drives us to do what we do.

Who we are

CHABAHIVA Trust is a compassionate and responsible social investor. We invest in HIV initiatives towards the development of the community. Our response is aimed at containing the spread and adverse effects of HIV. We do this through a series of four incremental innovations which are designed to strengthen and offer support to organisations that respond to HIV prevention and care programmes in the communities they operate in. Our investments within these organisations spread across different provinces in South Africa.

Why we exist

Organisations at the front of the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic are struggling.
Diminished attention on the ongoing epidemic over the past few years and has led to diminished funding while the impact of HIV/AIDS is still a harsh reality for many individuals, families, and communities.

It is this harsh reality that drives us to do what we do.

According to UNAIDS it is possible to end AIDS by 2030. In Botswana, Eswatini, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania, and Zimbabwe:

95% of the people who are living with HIV know their HIV status.

95% of the people who know that they are living with HIV are on lifesaving antiretroviral treatment.

95% of people who are on treatment are virally suppressed.

With your involvement South Africa can be next!

According to UNAIDS it is possible to end AIDS by 2030. In Botswana, Eswatini, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania, and Zimbabwe:

95% of the people who are living with HIV know their HIV status.
95% of the people who know that they are living with HIV are on lifesaving antiretroviral treatment.
95% of people who are on treatment are virally suppressed.

With your involvement South Africa can be next!