Care and Compassion

In many instances, those who have AIDS suffer from access to humane care. Stigma, lack of knowledge, and fear of the disease;

prevent them from being accepted by society. Care and Compassion address these issues:


Home-based and hospital care

Nutritional food


Spiritual counseling

Education about AIDS

At the center of the AIDS crisis, people of all ages are dying. Almost from the moment, they reveal that they are ill they begin a “life” of rejection and adversity. Often they are denied medical care and medication due to costs, they are cast aside by family members, deemed a burden to society and left alone to die either from AIDS-related diseases or starvation. Christ’s Hope International staff members step into these situations and visit patients in their homes to feed, wash, counsel and lovingly share the hope of Christ with those in need.