Declarations and policy statements on HIV/AIDS by churches
and faith-based organizations from 2001 to 2005

All Africa Conference of Churches, Mukono - Kampala Declaration. Mukono - Kampala, Uganda, 15 – 17 January 2001.

Church of Norway, Statement from the Bishops’ Conference. April 2001

All Africa Conference of Churches, The Dakar Declaration. Dakar, Senegal, 23 – 25 April 2001.

Southern African Bishops Conference. A Message of Hope to the People of God from the Catholic Bishops of South Africa, Botswana, and Swaziland. Pretoria, South Africa, 30 July 2001.

Anglican Communion across Africa. All Africa Anglican AIDS Planning Framework "Our Vision, Our Hope" The First Step. Johannesburg, South Africa, 22 August 2001.

The Ecumenical Response to HIV/AIDS in Africa (EHAIA), Plan of Action, Global Consultation on Ecumenical Responses to the Challenges of HIV/AIDS in Africa. Nairobi, Kenya, 25-28 November 2001

Christian Conference of Asia, Consultation on HIV/AIDS: A challenge for religious response: Statement. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 25-30 November 2001.

The Lutheran World Federation, Compassion, Conversion, Care: Responding as churches to the HIV/AIDS pandemic. An Action Plan of the Lutheran World Federation, 18 January 2002

Anglican Primates, Report of the Meeting of Primates of the Anglican Communion: Appendix III Statement of Anglican Primates on HIV/AIDS, Canterbury, United Kingdom, 17 April 2002.

Pan-African Lutheran Church Leadership, Breaking the Silence, Commitments of the Pan-African Lutheran Church Leadership Consultation in response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Nairobi, Kenya, 2-6 May 2002

World Council of Churches (WCC) and Christian Conference of Asia (CCA). Report of the WCC-CCA Consultation on ‘An Ecumenical Agenda to combat HIV/AIDS in South Asia’. Colombo, Sri Lanka, 24 - 26 July 2002.

Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa (CAPA). Statement from CAPA AIDS Board Meeting. Nairobi, Kenya, 19-22 August 2002.

World YWCA. Executive Committee. Geneva, Switzerland, November 2002.

Lutheran World Federation, Latin America Regional Consultation on the Lutheran World Federation Plan of Action, “Compassion, Conversion, Care” - Justice, conversion and integration, Catia la Mar, Venezuela, March 2003.

Primates of the Anglican Communion. Pastoral letter from the Primates of the Anglican Communion. 27 May 2003.

Council for World Mission. Assembly Statement. Ayr, Scotland, 15 - 25 June 2003

Lutheran World Federation, Adopted version of message from the Tenth Assembly, Winnipeg, Canada, 21-31 July 2003.

World YWCA. World Council Resolution: Reproductive Health and Sexuality. Brisbane, Australia, July 2003.

Norwegian Church Aid. HIV/AIDS, A policy statement from Norwegian Church Aid. Approved by NCA Board 29 September 2003.

Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar, The Church in Africa in face of HIV/AIDS Pandemic, Message issued by Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM), Dakar, Senegal, 7 October 2003.

East - Central Africa Division of Seventh-day Adventist Church. East - Central Africa Division (ECD) of Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church Regional Workshop on HIV/AIDS. The Nairobi Declaration. Nairobi Kenya, 10-13 November 2003.

Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion). Communiqué, National HIV/AIDS Strategic planning and policy development workshop. Abuja, Nigeria, 10 - 14 November 2003.

Interfaith: Christian Conference of Asia, World Council of Churches, Christian Aid, Norwegian Church Aid, United Evangelical Mission, Church of Christ in Thailand AIDS Ministry and Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism, For we are Neighbours: Statement from the Interfaith AIDS Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 20 - 25 November 2003.

Catholic Bishops of Myanmar. Pastoral Letter on HIV/AIDS and the Response of the Church. December 2003

Indian Catholic Bishops. Pastoral Letter from Indian Bishops for World AIDS Day 2003: The challenge to be his Light today.1 December 2003.

Lutheran World Federation and the United Evangelical Mission, "Covenant of life"- Statement of Commitment of the Asian Church Leadership Consultation on HIV/AIDS, Batam Island, Indonesia, 1-4 December 2003.

Memorandum of Intention, Strategy consultation on Churches and HIV/AIDS in central and eastern Europe. St. Petersburg, Russia, 15-18 December 2003.

Romanian Orthodox Church. His Beatitude Teoctist, Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church. A message, urging to love and tolerance for those suffering from AIDS/HIV. Romania, 27 January 2004.

Regional Meeting facilitated by the Latin American Council of Churches (CLAI) and supported by the World Council of Churches (WCC), The Church and HIV/AIDS in Latin America and the Caribbean, Panama City, Panama, 27 January – 1 February 2004.

World YWCA. YMCA Global Capacity Building Forum on HIV/AIDS: Strategic Framework for a Global YMCA Action Plan on HIV/AIDS. Durban, South Africa. March 2004.

World YMCA. YMCA Global Capacity Building Forum on HIV/AIDS: YMCA Movement Statement on HIV/AIDS. Durban, South Africa. March 2004.

World Council of Churches’ Pacific Member Churches, The Nadi Declaration: A statement of the world council of churches’ Pacific Member Churches on HIV/AIDS. Nadi, Fuji, 29 March – 1 April 2004 + pdf format

World YMCA. Recommendations on HIV/AIDS adopted by the World Alliance Executive Committee. Hong Kong, 2 April 2004.

The United Methodist Church. Global AIDS Fund Resolution – Adopted by 2004 General Conference. Pennsylvania, United States, 27 April – 7 May 2004

The United Methodist Church. Drugs and AIDS Resolution – Adopted by 2004 General Conference. Pennsylvania, United States, 27 April – 7 May 2004

Asian Muslim Action Network, Asian Resource Foundation and Thai Muslim Network. International Pre-conference Muslim Workshop on HIV/AIDS. In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. Bangkok, Thailand, 9 July 2004.

Provincial Anglican Bishops. Communique, The Province of Central Africa Bishops Retreat, Malawi, 13 - 14 July, 2004.

Concept of the Russian Orthodox Church’s participation in overcoming the spreading of HIV/AIDS and work with people living with HIV/AIDS, 1 October 2004

United Evangelical Mission, Anti HIV/Aids Programme Policy, Adopted by the UEM General Assembly in Manila, October 2004.

Latin America, Message from Churches, Organizations and Programmes on World AIDS Day 2004, Women, Girls and HIV/AIDS. 1 December 2004.

Interfaith. International Interfaith Conference on Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS, Delhi Declaration. Delhi, India, 1-2 December 2004

The Cairo Declaration of Religious Leaders in the Arab States in Response to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic. Cairo, Egypt, 11-13 December 2004.

International Conference « State, Religious And Public Organizations Discussing The Of Problems Hiv/Aids – Prospects Of Cooperation ». Final Document. Moscow, Russian Federation, 18-19th April 2005.