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Document Theological Education for Holistic Healing
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical theological education (ETE) / WCC Programme on Ecumenical theological education
Document Ny Fanambin'ny Fiangonana
The challenges of the churches
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Material in African languages
Document Sida, Koyeba, Koyebisa
Learning about AIDS
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Material in African languages
Document Ukimwi Ni Nini
Learning about AIDS
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Material in African languages
Document CONTACT magazine 177-78
Several articles from Contact primarily dedicated to the problem of HIV/AIDS and malaria.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Other documents
Document EHAIA leaflet
Leaflet introducing EHAIA (to be printed both sides of an A4 size paper and folded into three).
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Other documents
Document Facing AIDS
This study guide accompanies the WCC's study document on HIV/AIDS : "Facing AIDS - The challenge, the churches response".
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Training/teaching material
Document HIV and AIDS curriculum for Theological Education by Extension
This series is produced as a resource for the empowerment of the body of Christ - to nurture the church as it seeks to become an HIV&AIDS competent church. The series consists of a distant learning curriculum and ten modules.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Training/teaching material
Document HIV/AIDS curriculum for theological institutions
This is a revised edition of a first version of a curriculum published by MAP International in 2001 which was the result of two workshops sponsored by UNAIDS, World Council of Churches and MAP International.
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Document Integrating HIV/AIDS in theological programmes
In response to HIV/AIDS and its consequences, this collection of essays by young African scholars proposes a pattern of Christian education designed to equip churches for ministry in a time of crisis.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Training/teaching material