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Building Bridges in the global HIV response

Building Bridges in the global HIV response

“Science is important. But social change is needed, and social change happens with faith–based organizations.”

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Video: "Courageously challenging inaction with compassion"

Video: "Courageously challenging inaction with compassion"

At the 2018 International AIDS Conference, religious leaders and people of faith from a range of religions and traditions push for the importance of building bridges for a coordinated HIV response, between faiths, and between faith and other sectors.

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Debunking myths and serving all: People on the move and HIV

Debunking myths and serving all: People on the move and HIV

We are a world on the move. While many seek new opportunities, the unprecedented levels of forced migration bring additional vulnerabilities to refugees and migrants, including risks related to HIV.

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“We just need to work together” - Children, Adolescents and HIV

“We just need to work together” - Children, Adolescents and HIV

Faith-based leadership has been vital in pushing ambitious treatment targets for children living with HIV, but strong, collaborative action needs to be maintained. This was the call as the interfaith event “Faith Building Bridges”, convened by the WCC-EAA.

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Building bridges between the HIV and TB responses

Building bridges between the HIV and TB responses

When Maureen Murenga’s son was diagnosed with tuberculosis, she discovered that TB was even more stigmatizing in her community than HIV. Both Maureen and her son are living with HIV, but it was when he was on treatment for TB that other parents removed their children from school to avoid contact with him, even though he was no longer infectious.

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