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African churches must urge governments to do more to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS, says the continent's first religious leader to declare publicly his HIV+ status.
Christian and Muslim leaders in Kenya have discussed how to improve their HIV/AIDS strategies at a conference in Nairobi from 23 to 25 November.
Health care workers at a Lutheran programme say the spectre of HIV and AIDS stigmatisation still thrives in Soweto, a large South African city.
Lutheran churches in Indonesia have approved several steps to revitalise their commitment to fight against AIDS, alongside civic and medical groups.
UK-based global development agency Christian Aid has announced a photo project on living with stigma timed for World AIDS Day.
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.
A new book from the World Council of Churches offers fresh perspectives on parenting, especially in context of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Civic bodies and churches in Scotland have been challenged by a priest living with HIV to face up to the stigma and prejudice surrounding AIDS.
WCC member churches have been deeply involved in making churches and theological institutions HIV-competent, says the global ecumenical body.
Religious leaders and representatives of faith-based organisations are giving high marks to the latest United Nations AIDS meeting.
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