A description of the most month-long training program for new bishops which is organized by the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) every two years. The most recent program was attended by 18 bishops at the Mbagala Spiritual Centre in Dar es Salaam in June 2004. Special tribute was paid to the Most Rev. Douglas Hambidge, retired Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of British Columbia, the "gamaliel" of the training session who "took the bishops through inspiring Bible reflections and discussions on the role of a bishop as a leader, servant, president, teacher, pastor, administrator and symbol of unity". The bishops also heard other presentations on HIV/AIDS, communications and theology.
"We, the Anglican Communion across Africa, pledge ourselves to promise that future generations will be born and live free from AIDS". "Over 35 leaders, among them Provincial Secretaries and AIDS Co-ordinators from all the 12 African Provinces and the Diocese of Egypt, attended the weeklong workshop at the Ankrah Foundation in Mukono [from 26 January to 1 February 2003]."