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Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic alongside Faith-Based Organizations


December 1, 2020

by Abigail Kim, University of Southern California Undergraduate and CCIH Communications and Advocacy Intern On this World AIDS Day - December 1, 2020 - we find ourselves nearing the nine-month mark from which COVID-19 was declared an official pandemic. While many of the latest headlines and health updates have surrounded…

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Funding of Faith-Based HIV Programs and Services


October 22, 2020

Where do we Stand? An analysis by Doug Fountain, CCIH Executive Director Faith-based organizations (FBOs) and religious leaders are effective partners in the global goal to control HIV/AIDS. Inconsistent or declining funding to FBOs may hamper our ability to accomplish this goal.… More

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HIV Requires Multi-Pronged Response from the Faith Community


November 27, 2018

by Ellie Harrison, CCIH Communications and Advocacy InternĀ  There is a growing sentiment among some in the global health community that the HIV epidemic is at a tipping point. After a decades-long global effort, we have the capability to end HIV as a global health threat, but it has begun…

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