WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following was released today by Communion and Liberation:
D A T E: Friday, February 27, 2009
T I M E: 8 p.m.
P L A C E: Gowan Hall (Nursing-Biology Building), Catholic University of America, 620 Michigan Avenue NE, Washington, D.C. 20064
E V E N T: A Different Way of Facing H.I.V. -- From Sickness and Despair to a New Life: Vicky Aryenyo Talks about Her Experience at Uganda's Meeting Point International, a Ground-breaking Program for Women with HIV and AIDS
Meeting Point International, set up in three offices in and around Kampala-Kireka, Naguru and Kintintale, strives to end this stigma by speaking about HIV/AIDS and its consequences openly and honestly. Through home visits and counseling groups, workers reach out to the sick and at-risk. MPI goes a step beyond most aide organizations by educating adults, coordinating efforts between hospitals and providing on-site nursing care and medicine for the sick.
Come and hear Vicky Aryenyo talk about how the experience of the Meeting Point has changed her life and given her hope in facing HIV/AIDS.
S P O N S O R S: Communion and Liberation, Washington D.C. in collaboration with Crossroads Cultural Center, AVSI (Association of Volunteers for International Service), Radius, a student organization
C O N T A C T: Dino D'Agata (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Phone: 240-498-6417)
|SOURCE Communion and Liberation|
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