CHRISTIAN HIV & AIDS NETWORK OF LIBERIA (CHANOL). Presented by: Selma Scott Gibson Co-presented by: Rev. Moses B. Gobah. MAP OF LIBERIA. PURPOSES. To provide a brief background of the Network (CHANOL) Explain the benefit of Technology to the improvement of the Network activities.
Presented by: Selma Scott Gibson
Co-presented by: Rev. Moses B. Gobah
The Christian HIV & AIDS Network of Liberia (CHANOL) is a non-governmental Faith Based Organization comprising Churches and Para-Church Organizations with a membership of 32 Churches and Christian organizations
To ensure the Reduction of the Incidence of HIV & AIDS in Liberia
To effectively consolidate and coordinate the Christians’ and partners’ response to HIV & AIDS through NETWORKING and COLLABORATION.
The broad objective of the Bishops’ conference was to solicit the inputs and commitment of the Church leadership to jointly reflect on the issues of HIV & AIDS, in an effort to foster a coordinated Christian response.
Whereas, we acknowledge and realize the comparative advantage and leadership role of the Church to effectively address the underlying, fundamental threats posed by this pandemic;
We, therefore, observe, resolve and commit to the followings:
Between 2003 – 2005 CHANOL received separate grants from UNDP, USAID, CRS, ELCA, and WFP to sent 23 Liberian Counselors to Bostwana for advance Training of Trainers in HIV and AIDS Counseling.
A FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN HAS BEEN DEVELOPED IN SIX (6) THEMATIC AREAS AS FOLLOWS:
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