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An “inter-generational dialogue on faith, culture, HIV and sexual reproductive health and rights” was initiated last week.
A new church resource book on HIV and AIDS has been launched in the Philippines to address the country’s HIV epidemic.
A staff member of the Ecumenical HIV and AIDS Initiative in Africa has been elected General Secretary of the Council of Christian Churches in Angola.
A multi-agency conference in Malawi has called for transparency of information and better coordination in the field of HIV and AIDS action.
At the recent International AIDS Conference, churches made efforts to support women trapped in societies marred by sexual and gender-based violence.
Christian and Muslim leaders have gathered under the Kenyan chapter of the International Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Affected by HIV/AIDS.
An organisation called Medan Plus, founded by an independent pastor, has worked to decrease the stigma that still accompanies HIV/AIDS in Indonesia.
Faith leaders are dismayed at the recent drop in funding for AIDS response, because recent statistics show the effectiveness of prevention and treatment.
Dealing with HIV is hard enough, but the rise in food prices in the Horn of Africa has produced a new problem: treating HIV on an empty stomach.
The Vatican has made public an English-language statement from the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers for World AIDS Day 2011.