The consequences of HIV stigma and discrimination can be devastating. These include being shunned by family and communities, poor treatment in health and education settings, and emotional and psychological trauma, among many others. These consequences also limit access to HIV testing, treatment, and other critical HIV-related services. In Luampa, Luampa District, in the Western Province of Zambia, Chief […]
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Breana McKinnon, a registered nurse based in Baltimore, Maryland, recently completed a one-year deployment as a CMMB volunter nurse at Tabaka Mission Hospital in Kisii, Kenya, from November 2013 through October 2014. Below is her story. I pursued my degree and vocation in nursing because I felt called to help people. After I graduated as […]
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May 14, 2015 – CMMB CEO Bruce Wilkinson has been invited by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to join a select group of global leaders in a retreat at Greentree Estate on Long Island, this week. The gathering aims to chart the updated Global Strategy for Every Woman Every Child, a unprecedented global movement launched by […]