FBOs play a critical role in the health sector by providing quality health interventions and supporting advocacy to ensure government policies are implemented, while meeting the spiritual needs of the people they serve. Contributions made by the Anglican Council of Malawi (ACM) are no different.Read More...
Bishop Sunday Onuoha on Faith Communities’ Role in Improving Health commends Episcopal Relief & Development/NetsforLife®'s interfaith approach. He says, "I know of other faith networks throughout Africa, such as those supported by Episcopal Relief and Development’s NetsforLife®, that have conducted independent evaluations demonstrating similar impact and improved health outcomes."Read More...
Frequently Asked Questions Focus - Which Millennium Development Goals is NetsforLife® addressing?
In keeping with the goal of holistic development programming, NetsforLife® addresses several MDGs.
MDG #4 – Reduction in Child Mortality, MDG #5 – Maternal Health,MDG # 6 - Combat HIV/AIDs, Malaria, and other diseases, and MDG #8 – Developing Global Partnerships for Development.Read More…
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