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When Religion and Health Align: Mobilising Religious Health Asse

These selected essays, originally presented at the African Religious Health Assets Programme (ARHAP) International Colloquium in Cape Town in 2009, include several cutting edge studies and reflections on the increasingly important interface of religion an

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Editors: James R Cochrane, Barbara Schmid, Teresa Cutts

These selected essays, originally presented at the African Religious Health Assets Programme (ARHAP) International Colloquium in Cape Town in 2009, include several cutting edge studies and reflections on the increasingly important interface of religion and public health. As a whole, they reflect ARHAP's general sensibility: that religious entities and impulses of one kind or another need to be better understood and mobilized for public health. Religious entities commit vast energies and resources to health. How does one encourage, support and leverage that work for the good of all? What does one need to understand and do in order to align these assets and capacities, tangible and intangible, with public health institutions and interventions in service of the health of all? What do religious leaders and public health leaders need to learn about and from each other in this regard?









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