Faith and AIDS/HIV Prevention in Uganda

September 22, 2010

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Uganda has seen an explosion in new churches in the three decades since Idi Amin repressed Christianity and sent the entire Evangelical movement underground. Eighty-six percent of Ugandans now say religion is a major force in their lives. And it's spilling out of the church and into the clinics and hospital wards full of AIDS patients.

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Reporter Matt Ozug brings us the story of a faith based approach to HIV prevention in Uganda. The story was provided by America Abroad.