Sisters have published a 20 page booklet to explain the role of the Church as Teacher, Servant and Prophet amidst the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
In June 2006, the AAC:SS coordinator in Zimbabwe organized a workshop on HIV and AIDS: Stigma and Discrimination. Thirty-one Sisters from different religious congregations attended. The Sisters made presentations and shared personal experiences. The AAC:SS coordinators said the experience was “informative and renewing.”
Local AAC:SS Sisters secured their own funding to offer a workshop on HIV/AIDS issues for the empowerment of women religious within the pandemic.
Sisters at Capacity Building Workshops
Northern Cluster – ZIMBABWE October 23 & 24, 2015
2014 AAC:SS Masvingo Zimbabwe Needs Assessment
58% indicated that the lack of funds is the greatest barrier to further education 38% of the participants felt the need to advance their knowledge in HIV/AIDS issues so as to offer holistic care to the infected and affected. Theology and Sociology each received 13%....
Women Religious Leaders Meet to Discuss the Re-establishment of AA:CSS Zimbabwe
May 28, 2014 PICTORIAL REPORT Sisters greeting each other at arrival for the meeting at Wadzanai, Harare. Sr. Evelyn and Sr. Mercy presenting Sisters paying attention to presentation Sisters making contribution during the meeting The two Treacy Sisters over a cup of...