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Religion and Development Database Religion and Development Database
An increasing number of organizations and programs are grappling with problems at the intersection of religion and development. On this site you have access to the latest...

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HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS
The ferocity of the HIV/AIDS pandemic has drawn many religious leaders and groups—inspired by insight, compassion, or the practical realities around them—to...

RELATED RESOURCES: HIV/AIDS

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS
艾滋病毒/艾滋病联合规划署

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Final Declaration
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The Reminder
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Worldbank

Conquering Slim: Uganda's War on HIV/AIDS

May 25, 2004
"Conquering Slim: Uganda's War on HIV/AIDS" explores the critical role of religious leaders and faith-based organizations in supporting Uganda's ABC (Abstinence, Be faithful, use a Condom) prevention strategy, education efforts, and anti-stigma initiatives, along with the challenges in sustaining this positive momentum in years to come. It also stresses how cooperation among diverse partners (including faith groups) and the integration of multiple initiatives was crucial to Uganda's success. The report was presented as part of the Shanghai Conference on "Global Learning Process on Scaling up Poverty Reduction" in May 2004.
World Bank World Bank
Owned by 185 countries, the World Bank provides financial and technical assistance to developing countries in the form of low-interest loans, interest-free credit, and grants for education, health, infrastructure, communications, and other key...