On November 28th, 2007, Senior Pastor of “Saddleback Church”:http://www.saddlebackchurch.com, Rick Warren, welcomed over 1,000 attendees to the “2007 Global Summit on AIDS and the Church”:http://www.purposedriven.com/en-US/HIVAIDSCommunity/GlobalConference/Initiative.htm. Over four days, the Summit on AIDS and the Church will serve to bring awareness and encourage advocacy on behalf of those suffering from “HIV/AIDS”:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HIV/AIDS around the world.
Pastor Rick Warren stressed the importance of the “three-legged stool,” pulic, profit, and parish, when it comes to successfully combatting the HIV/AIDS crisis. The goal of the Summit is to bring leaders from all three sectors together to coordinate their efforts in fight against AIDS.
Giving Children Hope is among a handful of non-governmental organizations “(NGO’s)”:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NGO featured in the Summit’s “Resource Tent,” a place where attendees can gain information on how to get involved in the cause and tangibly make a difference in communities affected by HIV/AIDS.
Through health care development and “micro-enterprise”:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro-enterprise programs, Giving Children Hope works in parternship to bring hope to HIV/AIDS stricken communities. Giving Children Hope is a proud partner of Saddleback Church, working together to ship container of medical aid to countries such as Ukraine and Kenya.
h3. Learn more about Giving Children Hope’s projects and programs in communities affected by HIV/AIDS
“South Africa Medical Centre”:[~78~]
“Zimbabwe Medical Clinic”:[~82~]
“Health Clinic and Bakery to Cameroon”:[~53~]
“GCH and SIFE Bring Computers to Ghana University”:[~79~]
“Christmas 2005 in Liberia”:[~162~]
“Outreach to Orphans in Russia”:[~87~]
“GCH and St. Paul’s Address Water Shortage in Darjeeling, India”:[~148~]