Dear Friends The International AIDS Conference is taking place in Durban from 18-22 July. 18 000 participants are expected at this important bi-annual conference. This includes scientists, health workers, government leaders and staff, key agencies and community activist The previous time this conference was held in Durban in 2001. This was seen as a watershed
INERELA+ POSITIVE FAITH IN ACTION SAVE TOOLKIT TRAINING WORKSHOP, TOTOTA, BONG COUNTY- LIBERIA 25TH -29TH JANUARY 2016 Introduction This report covers the activities of the SAVE Toolkit training that took place from the 25th to 29th of January in Totota, Bong County, Liberia. The workshop was made possible with the financial support of Church of
New funding takes HIV testing into the church An exciting new project ‘HIV Testing of Men through Faith Constituencies in South Africa’ is taking HIV counseling and testing (HCT) to another level. The project, which was born through a partnership between INERELA+ the Anova Health Institute (after securing a grant from Aids Fonds), will
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INERELA+ POSITIVE FAITH IN ACTION South African Council of Churches SAVE Toolkit Training for South African Council of Churches (Western Cape) 13th-15th October, 2015 at Pelican Lodge, 18 Jacana Lake, Zeekoevlei Cape Town Background of SAVE In 2003, members of the African Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected
Leveraging the power of the faith community for dignity and rights On 28 October, the World Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), the World Council of Churches (WCC), through its Ecumenical HIV and Aids Initiatives & Advocacy, and the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) hosted a panel discussion entitled “Adolescents and Comprehensive Sexuality Education Impacting
Dialogue on Integrating Spirituality and Sexuality, Regional Dialogue held at Kopanong Hotel and Conference Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa on 4-6 May 2015.
The right to health is one of the privileges enshrined in most freedom charters and constitutions around the world. Yet despite gains in controlling the spread of HIV& AIDS in Africa, the virus has continued to spread at an alarming rate among LGBTI communities especially those living in rural areas, due to restricted access to health services. The three