Christmas for the HIV positive, affected and at-risk
The author of this Christmas piece, the Rev. Canon Dr Gideon B. Byamugisha, came to know of his HIV positive status in 1992 after losing his dear wife, Kellen, to an abrupt pneumonia linked to HIV. Currently he is goodwill ambassador on HIV & AIDS (Christian Aid) and scholar-in-residence at the Queen's Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham, UK.
Contact Magazine Nr 185
HIV and AIDS treatment: Faith-based organizations (FBOs) get involved.
EHAIA leaflet
Leaflet introducing EHAIA (to be printed both sides of an A4 size paper and folded into three).
UNGASS survey report
Review and appraisal of the progress made towards the implementation of the UNGASS declaration of commitment to combating HIV/AIDS and WCC workplace policy by the churches (August 2006)
Contact Magazine Nr 182
Several articles from Contact primarily dedicated to the problem of HIV/AIDS.
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.
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.
2003-2005 EHAIA NEWS archive
Newsletter of the Ecumenical HIV/AIDS Initiative in Africa, N° 1-8
CONTACT magazine 177-78
Several articles from Contact primarily dedicated to the problem of HIV/AIDS and malaria.
Responses of the faith-based organisations to HIV/AIDS in Sub Saharan Africa
This is an analysis by Dr. Sue Parry of FBOs in Sub Saharan countries.
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.
CONTACT magazine no. 171 (Oct-Dec 2000)
Several articles from Contact primarily dedicated to the problem of HIV/AIDS.
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.