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CRS World Report: Faithful House Helps Couples Across Africa to Be Faithful, Avoid HIV

August 3, 2012 by

Justin (left) and his wife Mary Grace talk about how the CRS-supported Faithful House program has improved their marriage. Photo by CRS staff

Justin (left) and his wife Mary Grace talk about how the CRS-supported Faithful House program has improved their marriage. Photo by CRS staff

Across Africa, an innovative program helps couples avoid the risk of HIV.

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and Maternal Life International/Uganda collaboratively created The Faithful House program as a couples-based approach to HIV prevention. Faithful House is a faith-based, skills-building curriculum that aims to strengthen the family through enhanced couple communication achieved by skills building, positive peer mentoring, and provision of a safe environment for couples to dialogue around quality-of-relationship issues and other attitudes and behaviors that contribute to sexual risk behavior. Currently, the curriculum is used in 11 countries.

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