Month: October 2016

Suicide By HIV? Not If Living Hope Can Help

October 28, 2016

By Alyssa Carrel Amahle* was twelve years old when she decided to have sex. Growing up in the township of Masiphumelele, she knew the incredible risk of contracting HIV/AIDS; she was counting on it. I don’t know what it feels like to live life dreading the future—a future seemingly devoid of hope. I don’t know […]

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Ending Poverty In All Of Its Forms

October 17, 2016

Today is International Poverty Eradication Day. Established by the United Nations as one of its Sustainable Development Goals, the day recognizes that while poverty is a complex problem, there are real solutions. This year’s theme is: “Moving from humiliation and exclusion to participation: Ending poverty in all of its forms.” By Tim Fausch, ER Communications […]

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