A lay woman in Uganda is helping to build an HIV competent community and church, in a country where the epidemic is still a big challenge.
03 November 2017
Anglicans across the Communion are marking World Aids Day on 1 December 2016 to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and help end the epidemic.
01 December 2016
The United Nations’ 21st International Aids Conference got underway yesterday (Monday) as some 18,000 delegates from 183 countries gathered in Durban, South Africa.
19 July 2016
Christian leaders in the Philippines have undergone public HIV tests as part of a campaign against the stigmatisation of people with HIV/Aids.
27 June 2016
The Archbishop of Canterbury has given his strong support to the work of community-based responses to the global Aids epidemic ahead of next month’s UN High Level Meeting on Ending Aids in New York; calling for a “great further step” towards eradicating the disease as a global health threat by 2030.
18 May 2016
A UN plan to eradicate Aids as a public health threat by 2030 has been welcomed by the Anglican mission agency United Society; but UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon warns that instead of eradication, the Aids epidemic could be prolonged indefinitely if urgent action is not implemented within the next five years.
17 May 2016
An HIV-positive father of four in Durban, South Africa has gone from losing hope to loving life
17 February 2016
As we mark World Aids Day 2015, the World Council of Churches-Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (WCC-EAA) welcomes a licence agreement between the Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) and Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) for Daclatasvir, an important direct acting antiviral that is proven to help cure multiple genotypes of the hepatitis C virus (HCV).
01 December 2015
Past 17 years saw increase of overseas membership and advocacy against commercialisation of childhood
08 July 2015
Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia Primate visit to Papua New Guinea ignites enthusiasm for missional collaboration
08 June 2015