11/04/08: The global epidemic of HIV/AIDS has robbed millions of people of their lives, their husbands, wives, daughters and sons.
Still a Fight: As the battle against HIV/AIDS continues into another year, United Methodists are encouraged to press forward and stop the spread of this deadly disease by creating awareness. Observing World AIDS Day on or near Dec. 1 is one way to help.
Magambe helps students orphaned by HIV/AIDS gain independence by acquiring the necessary skills to seek employment through local community workforce trades.
Gratitude was expressed for the work at St. Paul's Methodist Health Center in Kenya, made possible by the Global AIDS Fund.
The United Methodist Church is taking steps to come to grips with and stop the "devastating effect" that HIV/AIDS is having on the Hispanic/Latino community in the United States.
by M. Isaac Broune
"Stand Firm and Immovable Facing HIV/AIDS" was the theme of a three-day workshop for youth leaders of The United Methodist Church of Côted'Ivoire on September 18-21.
United Methodist Committee on Relief
Background and facts, how to help, and "Stop AIDS. Keep the Promise" resources for United Methodists: a bulletin insert, poster, and PowerPoint slide.
As many as 1.8 million people in this sub-Saharan country are living with HIV and AIDS, and two United Methodist ministries have received $20,000 in new grants to help citizens affected by the disease.