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Missionaries mentioned in this issue
Paul Jeffrey
Guy Kasanka
Simeon Kashala
Pierre Manya
Jerri Savuto
William Savuto
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The United Methodist Global AIDS Fund

Beyond Facts to Faces, Beyond Numbers to Names 
by Donald E. Messer

Does anyone care that every three seconds a person dies somewhere in the world because of poverty? Are we concerned that 8 million poor people are converted into faceless and nameless death statistics every year? Does the ... (continue)

Tales of Hope 
by Kalindi Thomas

HIV/AIDS affects people in all nations at all strata of society. Thanks to the United Methodist Global AIDS Fund, United Methodists and their partners can fight this disease in various countries through church, community, ... (continue)

Saving Lives in the Democratic Republic of the Congo 
by Darla Rowley

Disheveled children of every age and size crowded around our vehicle as it ground to a stop in front of the United Methodist Mpasa Reference Health Center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It was in this sprawling ... (continue)

US Annual Conferences Respond to AIDS Realities 
by Linda Bales Todd

"What we need is not more words, but action!" proclaimed Bishop Kainda Katembo, episcopal leader for the South Congo Episcopal Area, as he spoke some years ago about the AIDS crisis in Africa. Thankfully, United Methodists ... (continue)

The Context of HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention in Latin America and the Caribbean 
by Eduardo Campana and Eluzinete Pereira Garcia

For more than 12 years, the Comprehensive Health Program of the Council of Evangelical Methodist Churches in Latin America and the Caribbean (CIEMAL) has been focusing on the church's response to health issues confronting ... (continue)

Hope Spreads Faster 

The "speed" at which a virus can appear to spread is astounding. Take the H1N1 (Swine Flu) virus as an example. We heard about it in reports from Mexico and soon we saw the first confirmed case in New York City. In the same week, five more cases were announced, then 21 cases, then a whole school was shut down, and then five schools in New York were closed, all in the same month. ...(continue)



The online version of New World Outlook features selected articles from the printed magazine. These additional stories appear in the print publication.
HIV/AIDS Consciousness Awakens in the Town of Kamina
Kapanga Education and Prevention
Stopping HIV/AIDS in Minga and Peer Education in Wembo Nyama
The Possibilities of Hope and Wholeness in Kenya
Hope Homes and Hope Scholarships Raise Hope for Orphans in Malawi
The United Methodist Global AIDS Fund: 2005 to 2008
Reaching Rural Women and Children with HIV/AIDS in India

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