Ensuring everyone with HIV a long and healthy life

The Interfaith Health Platform (IHP) is a multi-religious collaborative space for capacity building, awareness raising and joint advocacy among faith groups, organisations and communities engaged in HIV and AIDS. It offers access to best practices and to resources developed by faith groups. The platform is also meant to document the impact of faith models and share them for a more effective HIV response, including under the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Lessons Learnt & Promising Practices by Faith Communities

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Faith Engagement in the High Level Meeting (HLM) to End AIDS


Webinar Series

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Materials / Information on COVID-19 for Faith Communities


Featured Event

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Faith Events at ICASA 2021 | 6-10 December

Tuesday 7  December

  • Special session (Main conference): The key role of the faith sector leadership in the HIV response in Africa.

  • Community Village: Raising awareness and mobilising action for African children during COVID-19

Thursday 9 December 

  • Community Village: Young people and Faith Leaders partnering to End AIDS

  • Satellite: The role of faith communities in supporting programmes for children, adolescents and young men