AIDS 30 Years Down the Line: Faith-based Reflections about the Epidemic in Africa
The essays in this volume adopt a multifaceted approach to the challenges posed by the AIDS pandemic thirty years after it exploded worldwide. As scholars and practitioners with varying degrees of involvement with the crisis of AIDS, the contributors to this volume approach the various issues with a keen sense of solidarity with people living with HIV. The essays also contain a strong awareness that a better understanding of diverse dimensions of the disease is integral to a consistent, effective, and sustainable response.
Paulines Publications Africa
AIDS (Disease), Africa, Faith
Epidemiology | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion