INERELA+

SAVE Toolkit (Second Edition)

The SAVE prevention methodology has been used and taught by INERELA+ for eight years and is finally available as a comprehensive toolkit. This toolkit systematically tackles the stigma, shame, denial, discrimination, inaction and misaction around HIV and AIDS, and comprehensively gives information related to HIV and methods of HIV transmission and how to mitigate these. A major challenge for faith leaders on HIV has been the lack of skills in addressing sex, sexuality and gender in their faith communities.

Case Study: The International Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected by HIV and AIDS (INERELA+)

Is the resource available on the Internet?
No
Author
Management Science for Health (MSH), BLC Project

The role of faith communities in the global HIV response has generated much debate, with a continuum containing both criticism regarding inadequate action on one side and praise for its care and support at the opposite end. Faith communities are often cited as essential resources with great influence, which must be engaged to succeed in ending AIDS in this generation.

Include in home page features rotation
Off

INERELA+

INERELA+ is an international network of religious leaders – both lay and ordained, women and men – living with, or personally affected, by HIV.

It is recognized that religious leaders have a unique authority that plays a central role in providing moral and ethical guidance within their communities; indeed their public opinions can influence entire nations.

Vision
INERELA+ envisions a world where HIV and AIDS related stigma, infections and deaths are eliminated.

Physical address
INERELA+ Secretariat:
Corner Rabie and 4th Avenue North, Fontainebleau, Randburg, 2032, South Africa
Email address
Telephone code and number
+27 11 792 7029
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/login/?next=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fgroups%2Finerela%2F
Include in home page features rotation
Off
Feature text for home page
INERELA+ is an international network of religious leaders – both lay and ordained, women and men – living with, or personally affected, by HIV.

What’s faith got to do with it? A global multifaith discussion on HIV responses

Is the resource available on the Internet?
Yes
Author
INERELA+

Over the last number of years responses from Faith Based Organizations and institutions have been ever more recognised when responding to HIV. The unique role which INERELA+ plays as a network of religious leaders living with HIV, and CUAHA as a network of denominations addressing HIV at grass root level have inspired the writing of articles from across the faith sector examining and challenging ever deeper responses to HIV from people of faith.

Archbishop Emeritus, Desmond Tutu says...

Include in home page features rotation
Off

SAVE Toolkit: A Practical Guide to the SAVE Prevention Methodology

Is the resource available on the Internet?
No
Author
INERELA+

The SAVE prevention methodology has been used and taught by INERELA+ for eight years and is now available as a comprehensive toolkit. This toolkit systematically tackles the stigma, shame, denial, discrimination, inaction and misaction around HIV and AIDS, and comprehensively gives information related to HIV and methods of HIV transmission and how to mitigate these. A major challenge for faith leaders on HIV has been the lack of skills in addressing sex, sexuality and gender in their faith communities.

Include in home page features rotation
Off
Subscribe to INERELA+