Past ProjectsAlumni of Hope In View's seminars have now worked in at least 19 countries:
December 2001, May 2004, January 2005, October 2005, June 2006, November 2006, January 2007, November 2008, July 2009
Hope In View has conducted numerous trainings on various aspects of AIDS care for the Addis Ababa University Hospital and for a consortium of Protestant denominations. Most of its current projects are in Ethiopia.
April 2003, September 2003, May 2004, October 2005
Hope In View organized an AIDS training for 60 pastors, brought a team from America to help teach it, and set up an African internship for an American trainee.
Hope In View personnel helped church workers in Mozambique connect with AIDS resources near them, taught in two schools, and linked two American trainees with an agency with which they are now working long-term in Mozambique.
"HIV/AIDS is 20 years in Nigeria and today is the first time we are hearing it in our community. The government suppose to do this and you have taken the pain of doing this. The Lord will bless you. AIDS have done a great damage, a big damage indeed."
- Local government official, hearing our students
Hope In View taught a course on AIDS to 50 community leaders in Western Nigeria. Some of its students translated its curriculum into 3 tribal languages, and have since used it to educate thousands of rural Nigerians about AIDS. They have plans to visit traditional and government rulers to advocate for AIDS, conduct public enlightenment programs, train volunteers, set up a clinic to dispense AIDS drugs, and develop a youth center.
April 2003, July 2004, September 2004, April 2005
Hope In View was one of the first voices in Ukraine to call church leaders to become active in the fight against AIDS. Its personnel organized the first Ukrainian Christian AIDS Ministries network, taught the first AIDS course in a graduate seminary, spoke at a conference for former Soviet-bloc countries, and coached leaders through some of their initial activities.