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WCC member churches have been deeply involved in making churches and theological institutions HIV-competent, says the global ecumenical body.
Food and worship together form an ideal way of breaking the silence on HIV, the Church of Scotland's General Assembly meeting in Edinburgh has been told.
A new report by Progressio is urging religious leaders to reflect on how faith communities can help or hinder support for people living with HIV.
A Kenyan church leader, who used to believe HIV was God's punishment, has changed, and is up for an award celebrating her work against prejudice.
Faith leaders have been told they can play a key role in the fight against HIV if their public statements help combat stigma and discrimination.
Doctors in a number of countries have been advising football fans who went to the World Cup in South Africa to check their HIV status.
Britain's last remaining mission hospital - where the UK's first AIDS victims were cared for and where Princess Diana famously shook hands with a patient at the height of the frenzy of fear around the illness, is to be knocked down.
A group of African Christian and Muslim leaders is warning of increased vulnerability to HIV infections via sex workers during the soccer World Cup in South Africa.
A major funding agency says faith communities are crucial to combating the HIV pandemic, but need to meet global standards of accountability when funds are channelled through them.
High-level figures from many of the world's faiths have committed to "stronger, more visible and practical leadership" in response to HIV, especially eradicating stigma and discrimination.
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