11 February 2013
For SIM’s Dorothy Wiebe, camp experiences are a powerful testimony to the life-transforming work of the APPLE project in Zambia.
1 December 2006
Mukinge Hospital has been chosen as a pilot hospital in a project by the U.S. Government to study the sustainability of US PEPFAR grant-funded programs.
26 October 2006
Blessings is a twelve year old girl who has suffered because of HIV & AIDS but faces her situation with faith and courage.
12 June 2006
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) together with USAID has chosen Mukinge Hospital as a pilot site for their AIDS Relief sustainability project.
8 February 2006
There is a buzz in being busy—a rush of adrenaline keeps us going with a sense of value that "busy people are important people."
1 June 2005
Three out of four of Zambia’s 9 million people call themselves Christians, and yet AIDS is ravaging their population.
2 February 2005
The Peer Educator program trains people to teach others about prevention and God's love for those with AIDS.
10 January 2005
An 18-year-old single orphan mother showed up at our door, baby in arms. She had extended family, but in the intervening eight months since she had delivered at Mukinge she had worn out her welcome among all her relatives. Now she wanted to live with us!