Faith Communities Engage the HIV/AIDS Crisis: Lessons Learned and Paths Forward
October 1, 2007
This report reviews the work of faith-inspired leaders and communities in both global and country-specific efforts to combat HIV/AIDS. It is directed both to practitioners and to academics, to those from faith-inspired communities interested in deepening their engagement with HIV/AIDS, and to secular development workers interested in exploring further contacts with faith communities in their work on HIV/AIDS. The report is funded in part by the Luce Foundation and part of a series designed to illuminate the little-understood role that religious actors play in global development.