Not As Simple As ABC: Christian Fundamentalisms And HIV And AIDS Responses In Africa
By Jessica Horn, Edited by Saira Zuberi and Shareen Gokal. Contributors Cassandra Balchin and Juan Marco Vaggione
Drawing on interviews with African and international HIV and AIDS activists, women’s rights activists, and academic and policy research, this case study explores the agendas, strategies, and influence of Christian fundamentalist actors in HIV and AIDS responses in the African region. It examines how Christian fundamentalist engagement in the HIV and AIDS sector has supported the moralistic patriarchal discourses around sexuality, gender, and sexual practices, and continues to affect practice and policy on HIV and AIDS treatment and prevention.
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