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Upper Room 52 Ways to Create an AIDS-Free World

HIV and AIDS are often described as the world's worst health crisis in 700 years. It is believed that about 33.2 million people are HIV positive, while more than 25 million have died from the disease. In the face of this pandemic every person is called to take personal and social responsibility in helping to reverse its spread. Since neither a cure nor a vaccine exists or appears to be on the horizon, prevention of HIV and AIDs, along with care and treatment of persons infected and affected, must become priorities.

Based on his experiences traveling and working as founder and Executive Director of the Center for the Church and Global Aid, Donald Messer presents 52 ways people from all walks of life can make a difference in this important cause. His suggestions range from big to small and from comfortable to controversial. They include ideas such as talking about AIDS, fighting hunger, digging a well, practicing "zero grazing," and decriminalizing sex. Messer concedes that there are too many needs in the world for one person to solve, but he implores each person to "embrace with passionate commitment at least one task in creating an AIDS free world."

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