Michael Gerson: Looking Back on a Decade of PEPFAR

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Editors’ Note: This article is part of the Public Square 2014 Summer Series: Conversations on Religious Trends. We are holding this conversation in collaboration with the ONE Campaign. Read more about the ONE Campaign and their work fighting extreme poverty and AIDS at their website — and read other perspectives from the Evangelical community here. * ONE Fellow Michael Gerson reflects on the [Read More...]

Faint Praise for PEPFAR

Warren Cole Smith_opt

I do not deny the reality of such stories, nor do I discount the value of even a single life saved. But I think it’s important to ask whether such individual stories, no matter how heart-wrenching, tell the whole story of PEPFAR. [Read more...]

The American Church and Global AIDS over the Last Decade: An Untold Story

Tom Walsh

For generations, Christian people and institutions have provided a large share of all health care on the continent. During the worst of the crisis, that included much of the care for those living with HIV. [Read more...]

Daniel’s Story: Genesis of the US Government’s AIDS Relief in Africa

Daniel

“But it’s Daniel,” shot back the intern. Sure enough, the dying patient was one of their fellow medical students, Daniel Ochieng. [Read more...]

My HIV+ Little Brother

Another little African boy

My little brother is HIV+. My precious, joyful, kind-hearted 11-year-old little brother is infected with the most feared and stigmatized disease of our time. [Read more...]


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