Now you can share the stories and images of HIV on most any wall. From testing to treatment, HIV in Africa: Responding with Hope offers photos exhibiting the Catholic Church's response to the HIV epidemic in Africa.
As an educational tool it is perfect for high schools, colleges and parishes, and comes "ready-to-hang" in any hallway or room. All photo captions are already embedded right in the photo.
There are 11 photos in the exhibit, made to print at 8" x 12". The total cost to order prints is $34.83, including shipping.
In remote Timorese villages, people know little about how HIV is spread. A CRS awareness program is helping those at risk. Read More »»
A theft and a pair of canvas shoes helped Sister Beatrice Chipeta inspire Malawi villagers to rescue orphans from desperation and bad manners. Read More »»
Three young adults from Nigeria, Uganda and Zimbabwe tell Capitol Hill audiences about CRS programs that helped them survive childhood affected by HIV. Read More »»
When nutritional needs rise but food availability remains limited, a CRS-supported group helps guide cooks to flavorful solutions. Read More »»