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The campaign

The Alliance's HIV and AIDS campaign is based on the knowledge that all churches are living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. People who live with HIV and die with AIDS are our friends and family, our teachers and neighbors, our pastors and priests. The pandemic continues to be measured in alarming statistics around the globe, and churches and people of faith everywhere must take up their pastoral and prophetic role to overcome stigma and discrimination, to care for body and spirit, and to advocate for universal treatment and effective forms of prevention.

The campaign "Live the Promise", holds individuals, religious leaders, faith organizations, governments and intergovernmental organizations accountable for the commitments they have made and advocates for further efforts and resources to respond to HIV and AIDS.

HIV and AIDS Campaign Framework for Action 2009-2012 (EN, FR, ES)

Latest HIV and AIDS bulletin
Live the Promise Bulletin

Live the Promise Campaign Bulletin

no. 3/2013

October 2013

Latest resources

    Together We Must Still Do More

    PDF (EN)

    This report covers the second round of reporting on the fulfillment of the Personal Commitment to Action on HIV, through personal experiences shared by the religious leaders involved.

    Faith-based Organizations and the Global Fund: Working Together to Save Lives

    PDF (EN)

    This new FBO manual from Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria focuses on different types of engagement, illustrated through images and case studies, and aims to highlight the wide range of faith partners who work with the Global Fund, as well as the unique ways FBOs contribute to its lifesaving work.

    HIV and Theology

    PDF (EN)

    This new bibliography of theological and ethical resources on HIV was compiled by Enda McDonagh and Sieglinde Mauder of the Catholic HIV and AIDS Network in April 2011.

    Faith Advocacy Toolkit

    PDF (EN)(FR)(ES)
    A World AIDS Campaign resource designed to equip and inspire people of faith to use the strength of their communities to advocate for Universal Access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

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