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Author Index - Steve Fouch

Steve Fouch is CMF's Head of Communications

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The Millennium Development Goals - attempted hijack by pro-abortion groups (triple helix - autumn 2005)

To many observers the Millennium Summit at the United Nations this September was a farcical waste of time in terms of fighting global poverty and seeing the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) properly supported.[1] Governments and NGOs, all fighting their own corner, effectively hamstrung efforts to fight poverty. One of these...

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Allied professions (CMF news - autumn 2005)

In July, as you will read in Peter Armon’s report (p6), we held a day conference for Christian health professionals of all disciplines on working overseas in mission and development. This was held at Oak Hill College in the middle weekend of the Developing Health Course and about a dozen...

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AIDS in Russia - Institutions are waking up to the churches' role (triple helix - summer 2005)

At a landmark conference in April,[1] a coalition of Christian churches, faith based organisations and UN bodies called upon Russian Society, government and the Christian community to respond to the escalating AIDS crisis in that country. Along with Ukraine and the Baltic Sates, Russia is seeing the most rapid growth...

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The brain drain - A multilateral problem requiring a global response (triple helix - summer 2005)

As we approach the Millennium Summit this November, at which the world's leaders will look again at the progress being made towards the Millennium Development Goals, it is salient to remember that there are still many obstacles to seeing global poverty halved, major gains in reducing infant and maternal mortality...

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Allied professions (CMF news - summer 2005)

In May we held a Saline Solution day specifically for nurses at CMF’s London offices. Fourteen nurses and midwives, mostly members of Christian Nurses and Midwives (CNM) joined us for the day, and there was much enthusiasm for holding similar events around the UK in the coming year. The Christian...

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What can I Do? (Book Review) (triple helix - summer 2005)

An ordained minister in the Church of Uganda, Canon Gideon Byamugisha discovered in the early nineties that he was HIV positive after his wife suddenly died of an AIDS related illness. Coping with grief and shock, he found a calling to challenge the church and society in its response to...

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Responding to disasters (nucleus - spring 2005)

December 26 2004 will stick in people’s minds in much the same way that September 11 2001 has – the images of devastation and suffering, the confused news reports, the gradual unfolding of the scale of the disaster as the days turned to weeks, and the initially slow but suddenly...

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Poverty+health (triple helix - spring 2005)

It would be hard to miss the headlines of the first few weeks of 2005. Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and the Vicar of Dibley, all promising that this year was the year to ‘Make Poverty History’. [1] Why 2005 in particular? One reason is the pivotal role the UK will...

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Trusting in Chariots (triple helix - winter 2005)

Christians have been at the forefront of providing care for the sick and the marginalised since the time of Jesus.[1] His command to 'preach and heal'[2] has been central to the calling of Christian missionaries down the centuries. Though modern medical mission has only arrived in its current form in...

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Poaching health professionals - A growing injustice needing urgent solutions (triple helix - autumn 2004)

At the Bangkok World AIDS Conference in July 2004, it was highlighted that the fight against HIV in Africa was imperilled by the severe shortage of trained doctors and nurses.[1] The grim reality is that even where the drugs and funding are available, there are no skilled health professionals to...

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