HIV/AIDS

HIV Services in the Time of COVID: Faith-Based Organizations are Adapting in Cameroon and Haiti


November 30, 2021

By Erika Henderson, CCIH Communications and Advocacy Intern and Doug Fountain, CCIH Executive Director As we prepared to mark World AIDS Day 2021, CCIH reached out to members in Cameroon and Haiti to understand how COVID has altered the course of faith-based initiatives to prevent and treat HIV.… More

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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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