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Religious assets, health outcomes and HIV/AIDS : a challenge and an opportunity for St. Paul's Anglican Church, Pietermaritzburg.
The study examines the role religious institutions play in responding to health crises in the community with particular focus on HIV/AIDS. The thesis argues for the importance of focusing on health outcomes rather than the ...
An examination of the church's gender sensitivity in combating HIV/AIDS among women in view of issues of development and gender : special focus on 'Springs of Hope Support Group Project' in Pietermaritzburg.
The dissertation seeks to investigate, examine, and critically analyse the reasons why Pietermaritzburg churches lack gender sensitivity in combating HIV/AIDS. The dissertation's focus is on Springs of Hope Support ...
Refugee women, gender-based challenges, HIV and AIDS and the French-Swahili church in Pietermaritzburg.
This study is about refugee women from the Great Lakes Region, who are living in Pietermaritzburg and face many challenges that contribute to their vulnerability to HIV and AIDS. These include the challenges of language ...
The role of Isaiah Shembe's Nazarite church focusing on the healing and caring ministry to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families in greater Pietermaritzburg area in KwaZulu-Natal.
The special focus ofthe thesis is the ministry of healing and caring during the present HN/AIDS pandemic in Kwazulu-Natal. Hence the purpose of this thesis is to investigate Isaiah Shembe's Nazareth Church's healing and ...
The role of Christian faith-based organizations in HIV and AIDS intervention.
As the burden of HIV and AIDS ncreases in different communities of the world today, new organizations are being formed to help mitigate its impact. The current study assessed whether Christian fa th-based organizations ...