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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.
Development charities from a wide number of backgrounds have warned that the world could fail to meet its targets on HIV if action is not sustained.
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.
Desmond Tutu has called on world leaders to take action to accelerate a decline in new HIV infections through activism that promotes prevention measures.
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.
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