Leaders who have signed the personal commitment should be supported in fulfilling their commitment. There are many resources and organizations that can assist individuals and communities to overcome stigma and discrimination, raise awareness about HIV prevention, provide treatment, care and support, and advocate on behalf of people living with or affected by HIV. Here are just a few to get you started:

Learn and share the facts about HIV and AIDS
Fast Facts about HIV
Called to Care toolkits

Strengthen dialogue and collaboration on HIV
HIV Prevention: A Global Theological Conversation
Exploring Solutions: How to Talk about HIV Prevention in the Church

Educate young people and adults
Stepping Stones training package on HIV/AIDS, gender issues, communication and relationship skills
SAVE Prevention Model

Become an advocate
A Call to Act on HIV and AIDS Advocacy Guide for Religious Leaders
Faith Advocacy Toolkit
More resources available from the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance


The EAA, GNP+, INERELA+ and UNAIDS developed a ‘Framework for dialogue between religious leaders and people living with HIV’. The aim is to support religious leaders and networks of people living with HIV to engage in national-level dialogues in order to identify areas for mutual collaboration and to identify issues for further dialogue. For more information, visit the website dedicated to the Framework for dialogue.


Framework for Dialogue Launched
(read story) 22/08/2013

Religious Leaders Fight HIV/AIDS Stigma, Discrimination
(read story) 22/12/2011

Religious leaders seek more urgent action on HIV
(read story) 05/12/2011

Religion to boost AIDS support
(read story) 28/11/2011

Religious leaders to review commitment to HIV
(read story) 25/11/2011