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Grassroots Fall 2016

Download newsletter as PDF In this issue: Message from Stephen Lewis The Child & Youth Treatment Gap South Africa Grandmothers Gathering South

Home-Based Care: “Now is the time to do more, not less!” Spring 2016

  Download newsletter as PDF Ndinini Kimesera Sikar Executive Director Maasai Women Development Organization (MWEDO), Tanzania Lorenz Hembapu Executive Director Catholic AIDS

Grassroots Fall 2015

Download newsletter as PDF In this issue: Message from Stephen Lewis Ugandan Grandmothers' Gathering Ugandan Grandmothers' Statement The Ask Her Talks Grandmothers

Resilience: measuring impact in human terms : Spring 2015

Download newsletter as PDF There is a hidden story in the response to the AIDS pandemic on the African continent. It’s a

Fall 2014

Download newsletter as PDF In this issue: Message from Stephen Lewis Feature article: “It Takes a Village” Grandmothers Campaign Interview: Grandmother Lucia

Spotlight on Grassroots Spring 2014

Download newsletter as PDF Why support community-based organizations? Community-based organizations (CBOs) have always been at the heart of the response to the

Fall 2013

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Grassroots Spring 2013

Download newsletter as PDF In this issue: Message from Stephen Lewis Community building at Developing Families Together Women at the heart of

Grassroots Fall 2012

Download newsletter as PDF In this issue: Message from Stephen Lewis Feature article: “Ask Her” Grandmothers Campaign In your community Dare Campaign

Success at the grassroots

 Spring 2012 Download newsletter as PDF In community after community, African grassroots organizations are using limited resources to build programmes that are