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Theology

AIDS - Meeting the challenge: data, facts, background

2004
Author: 
Weinreich, Sonja. Benn, Christoph
Classification no: 
Epidemiology
Collection: 
Open shelves
Accession no: 
EP BS/608
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Geneva: WCC
Physical description: 
x, 118p.: ill.
Keywords: 
World Council of Churches. Prevention. Natural History. Transmission. global. Regional. Country Specific. Africa. vulnerable Populations. Risk. vulnerability. Migration. Mobility. Commercial Sex work. Injecting Drug Use. Men who have sex with men. MSM. Gender Equity. Infection. Girls. Young Women. Gender-based Violence. Sexual Abuse. Involving Men. Children. Orphans. OVC. Sexuality. Care. Support. Education. Young People. Youth. Poverty. Socio-economic Impact. Health. Stigma. Discrimination. Human Rights. PLWHA. VCT. Voluntary Counseling and Testing. condoms. Male Circumcision. MC. Mother-to-child Transmistion. PMTCT. Antiretroviral Therapy. ART. ARV. Global Fund. International Commitment. Advocacy. Lobbying. Culture. Tradition. Churches. Theology. Ecumenical Initiatives. Mainstreaming.
Notes: 
Original German: AIDS - Eine Krankheit verandert die Welt: Daten - Fakten - Hintergrunde / Frankfurt am Main, Verlag Otto Lembeck, 2003. Translation funded by the United Evangelical Mission.

Acting in hope

2007
Author: 
Chitando, Ezra
Series title: 
African Churches and HIV/AIDS 2
Classification no: 
Religion
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
RE BS/614
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Geneva: WCC Publications
Physical description: 
vi, 93p.
Keywords: 
World Council of Churches. Ecumenical HIV and AIDS Initiative in Africa. EHAIA. African Churches. Interventions. Religious Response. Theology. Theological Education. Christians. Faith Based Organizations. FBO. Women. Children. Disability. Vulnerable Groups. African Cultures. Cultural Practices. Patriarchy. Traditions. Risk Book

Living with hope

2007
Author: 
Chitando, Ezra
Series title: 
African Churches and HIV/AIDS 1
Classification no: 
Religion
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
RE BS/613
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Geneva: WCC Publications
Physical description: 
vi, 89p.
Keywords: 
World Council of Churches. Ecumenical Initiative. Interventions. Religious Response. Africa. Stigma. Discrimination. Zimbabwe. Theology. Risk Book. Religious Leaders. Home-based Care. African Churches. Policy. Sexuality. Gender. Ecumenical HIV and AIDS Initiative in Africa. EHAIA. Christians. Faith Based Organizations. FBO.

Sermons addressing HIV/AIDS

2004
Author: 
Samaritan's Purse. Prescription for Hope
Series title: 
There is hope = Likhona litsemba
Classification no: 
Religion
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
RE BS/657
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Boone, NC: Samaritan's Purse
Physical description: 
31p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Churches. Church. Christians. Faith-based Organizations. FBO. Religious Response. Church-based Interventions. Theological Education. Theology. Information. Education. Communication. IEC. Repentance. Scripture. Marriage. Children. Positive Parenting. Stigma. Discrmination. Fear. Testing. Christian Teachings. Pastors.
Notes: 
Book contains both English and Siswati versions. Parallel title Tinshumayelo letiphatselene nesifo sembulalave HIV/AIDS"

A practical guide to responding to HIV/AIDS in your community

2004
Author: 
Samaritan's Purse. Prescription for Hope
Series title: 
There is hope = Likhona litsemba
Classification no: 
Religion
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
RE BS/656
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Boone, NC: Sammaritan's Purse
Physical description: 
132p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Manual. Faith-based Organization. FBO. Churches. Church Response. Religious Interventions. Christians. Life Skills. Pastors. Church Leaders. Theological Education. Information. Education. Communication. IEC. Theology. Church-based Action. Faithfulness. Marriage. Youth. Children. Vulnerable Groups. Men. Women. Mother-to-Child Transmission. PMTCT. Home Care. Support Groups. Prevention.
Notes: 
Book in English and Siswati. Parallel title Indlela lephatsekako yekuphendvulana ngalesifo sembulalave HIV/AIDS emangweni wakho""

When God's people have HIV/AIDS: an approach to ethics

2005
Author: 
Cimperman, Maria
Classification no: 
Religion
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
RE BS/900
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
New York: Orbis Books
Physical description: 
xv, 159p.
Keywords: 
HIV Infections. Religious Aspects. Catholic Church. Christian Ethics. Catholic Authors. Faith-Based Response. Virtues. Discipleship. Theological Anthropology. Prevention. Theology.