Posts Tagged: presbyterian aids network

Observe World AIDS Day – December 1

December 1 is World AIDS Day. Here are ways to plan observances for the day Download the World AIDS Day packet by the Presbyterian AIDS Network Study Becoming an HIV and AIDS Competent Church: Prophetic Witness and Compassionate Action – a report and study guide Order The Changing Face of HIV/AIDS – a free video Find… Read more »

UN High-Level Meeting on AIDS: Day 1

More than 3000 people have come together at the United Nations in New York for the UN General Assembly High Level Meeting on AIDS. The meeting, which runs from 8-10 June, provides an opportunity to take stock of the progress and challenges of the last 30 years and shape the future AIDS response. Photographers Bo… Read more »

High level meeting on AIDS happening this week

The 2011 UN General Assembly High-Level Meeting on AIDS is taking place in New York starting on June 8 and ending on June 10. Thirty years into the AIDS epidemic, and 10 years since the landmark UN General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS, the world will come together to review progress and chart the future… Read more »

See ‘The Changing Face of HIV/AIDS’

“The Changing Face of HIV/AIDS” is a new DVD/video by the Presbyterian AIDS Network (PAN). In the United States, the face of HIV and AIDS has changed dramatically in the 30 years since the start of the pandemic. Communities are…

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World AIDS Day Webinar

World AIDS Day Webinar December 1 1:00 – 2:00 EST Space is limited Reserve your Webinar seat now The event is co-sponsored by International AIDS Ministry of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and Presbyterian AIDS Network (PAN). This webinar will focus…

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AIDS Awareness Sunday

On October 11, raise awareness and focus attention on the global AIDS epidemic – observe Presbyterian AIDS Awareness Sunday. Among the many resources available to plan for this event is the It’s a Matter of Faith packet. Order or download…

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HIV/AIDS and peacemaking

“Where there is sickness and where there is suffering, there can be no peace.” So the Rev. Kondwani Gondwe of the Matiki Presbyterian Church in Malawi reminded a group of Presbyterians on a travel/study seminar last March. The Biblical understanding…

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