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    Bean Poles and Soccer Balls

    Bean Poles and Soccer Balls: Radical Grace teams up with local soccer team in Chiang Mai to start a garden for fragile families.

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    Avocado: The Good Fat

    Practicing Lent means finding clarity in unusual places. Stephanie Darling found it in an avocado.

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    Debut of Alem

    What does the integrative approach of Suki Community health look like for one family?

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    Suki Community Health

    An Integrative Approach

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    Enabling the Community

    HOPE for AIDS encourages local innovators to lead the way in finding solutions for their own communities.

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Local Partners

HOPE for AIDS is an international family of more than 40 projects spanning 12 countries in Africa and Asia. The majority of the work in these projects is done through the time and commitment of the nearly 2,000 local volunteers…

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Sustainability

A shared goal of sustainability is vital to maintaining ongoing transformative care with minimal dependence on outside supporters. In this, ongoing efforts to build local strengths and internal supports make it possible for local partners to continue relevant long term…

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Holistic Care

HOPE for AIDS engages and supports local partners in an effective, holistic and compassionate response to HIV and AIDS that transforms individuals, families and communities through Christ’s love. With this in mind, the entirety of those entities are valued and…

Interwoven Stories

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Bean Poles and Soccer Balls

Bean Poles and Soccer Balls: Radical Grace teams up with local soccer team in Chiang Mai to start a garden for fragile families.

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Palm Sunday

In this Lenten series from Malawi, HFA Project Coordinator, Amj, reflects on creation, deforestation and the power we have to find a solution.

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Avocado: The Good Fat

Practicing Lent means finding clarity in unusual places. Stephanie Darling found it in an avocado.

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HOPE for AIDS

HOPE for AIDS is an international family of more than 40 projects spanning 12 countries in Africa and Asia. The majority of the work in these projects is done through the time and commitment of the nearly 2,000 local volunteers…

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SIM International

Visit our family! The collection of HOPE for AIDS programs is championed by SIM International. Beyond the work that we do, SIM missionaries are mending injustices, promoting healing and doing the work of Christ in more than 60 countries.

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Enabling the Community

HOPE for AIDS encourages local innovators to lead the way in finding solutions for their own communities.

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