Increased Partnership Between Faith Based Organizations, Governments, and Inter-Governmental Organizations

June 2002
Conscience: The News Journal of Catholic Opinion;Special Issue Summer2002, Vol. 23, p23
Discusses the statement made by Faith Based Organizations facilitated by the World Council of Churches for the Special Session of the UN General Assembly on HIV/AIDS in June of 2001. Impact of HIV/AIDS as the greatest threat to public health in modern times; Significance of HIV/AIDS to women who are disproportionally affected by the disease; Role of men in the responsibility to change infection factors; Efforts of the FBO in the fight against HIV/AIDS.


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