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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.
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Document CONTACT magazine no. 171 (Oct-Dec 2000)
Several articles from Contact primarily dedicated to the problem of HIV/AIDS.
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Document Contact Magazine Nr 182
Several articles from Contact primarily dedicated to the problem of HIV/AIDS.
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Document Contact Magazine Nr 185
HIV and AIDS treatment: Faith-based organizations (FBOs) get involved.
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Document EHAIA leaflet
Leaflet introducing EHAIA (to be printed both sides of an A4 size paper and folded into three).
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Document Epidemiological Data of some Western African countries
This booklet presents a simple and concise picture of the HIV/AIDS situation in West African countries and its related political, socio-demographic and cultural determinants.
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Document Faith-based Organisations at the UNGASS on HIV/AIDS
At this Special Session, the United Nations General Assembly dealt for the first time with the HIV/AIDS pandemic, and Faith-Based Organisations were asked to speak on this issue.
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Document Love in a time of AIDS
This book vividly recounts the stories of women in many countries. It shows how the AIDS crisis makes improving the status women not only a matter of theology and ethics but of health and survival.
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Document Responses of the churches to HIV and AIDS in South Africa
The purpose of this study initiated by WCC/EHAIA is to review the responses of the churches to HIV and AIDS in South Africa within the context of the country and its peoples.
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