African Jesuit AIDS Network

This is a report on the work of the African Jesuit AIDS Network (AJAN), founded 10 years ago, and present in 30 countries.  Michael Czerny, SJ, founder of the network, says it stresses personal contact with victims and the vulnerable:

From the outside we tend to use many zeros, we talk about huge numbers and alarming trends and we lose touch or we never get in touch with what it means for the individual, for the family, for the community, and finally for the country.

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