In this issue of AJANews, we bring you news about a successful joint initiative that saw the Jesuit AIDS Project (JAP) in Zimbabwe sharing its expertise in youth development with Chikuni parish in rural Zambia. From Rwanda, a Jesuit shares his moving testimony of accompanying people with HIV. And we feature agricultural income-generation as a healthy means of self-sustainability.
Working together: A veteran team of trainers from the Harare-based Jesuit AIDS Project (JAP) recently conducted a successful workshop for young people in a rural parish in Zambia… Read more
Why can’t I be like them? Twenty-two-year-old Mainga Munsanje, a peer educator with the Chikuni Parish HBC, shares her experience of the JAP workshop… Read more
Listen, listen, listen: Fr Bernard Karerwa SJ has learned that one of the single most important things you can do when trying to help people with HIV is simply to listen… Read more
Sowing seeds of hope: Sustainable agriculture projects are ideal income-generating activities, meeting both the need to earn an income and the need for cheap, nutritious food, especially vital for people with HIV… Read more