Faith-Based Organizations and HIV Prevention with MARPs in Mexico
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Contributed Date: July 22 2011 at 15:25
The influence of religious groups in parts of Latin America positions them to target most at risk populations (MARPs) who may have been overlooked by traditional HIV prevention outreach. In Mexico, La Iglesia de la Reconciliación, VIHas de Vida, and El Mesón de la Misericordia are challenging assumptions about faith-based organizations (FBOs) and the role they can play in HIV prevention. These three FBOs integrate spirituality and a holistic vision of health into their activities, sharing information on HIV and providing other HIV-related services in Mexico City and Guadalajara.
Publisher: AIDSTAR-OneYear: 2011
Terms & Tags: Males Who Have Sex With Males, LGBT, Mexico, Prevention Methods, Sexual, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV Transmission / SRH & HIV, Sexual and Reproductive Health Programming, Care and Support, Faith based, MARPs, Stigma, Spirituality, Discrimination,
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