The 5 Most Influential People
in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
MacDonald Chaava
Lawton, Oklahoma
February, 2014
Endless List
I can list up to 20 people who have had a
tremendous impact in my life vis-à-vis the Fight
Against HIV/AIDS.
...
#5
Tom Mkhize
I knew Tom long before we actually met face-toface; when we finally did there was the most
natural “brotherh...
#4
Ann Bailey
Professor, University of Zambia, (University
Teaching Hospital), later Clergy, Anglican Church
Her statement...
#3
April Foster
Team Coordinator, Africa Region, HIV/AIDS Team
for many years;
A foot soldier in the fight against HIV/AID...
#2
Ian Douglas Campbell
Medical doctor, Chikankata Hospital
A friend; Gave me a chance to try
Thrust me into the deep end ...
#1
Thebisa Chaava
My mentor in community counseling and CCE-CC
A faithful friend and partner in life
Mother of all my chil...
Thank you
The good thing about getting older is that you can
look back and see things like this and appreciate
others
Than...
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  1. 1. The 5 Most Influential People in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS MacDonald Chaava Lawton, Oklahoma February, 2014
  2. 2. Endless List I can list up to 20 people who have had a tremendous impact in my life vis-à-vis the Fight Against HIV/AIDS. The following 5 are top of the list. I am glad God brought them into my life:
  3. 3. #5 Tom Mkhize I knew Tom long before we actually met face-toface; when we finally did there was the most natural “brotherhood” bond CCE-CC Master Trainer He reflects his master trainer in skill and dexterity I refer to Tom as my Zulu warrior brother in the fight against HIV/AIDS He is Dependable
  4. 4. #4 Ann Bailey Professor, University of Zambia, (University Teaching Hospital), later Clergy, Anglican Church Her statement made the difference when she said, “God is in our suffering.” The year was 1990/91 in a meeting of HIV/AIDS facilitators in Lusaka. That changed my perspective on HIV/AIDS
  5. 5. #3 April Foster Team Coordinator, Africa Region, HIV/AIDS Team for many years; A foot soldier in the fight against HIV/AIDS Highly organized and systematic Thoughtful, prayerful, forever patient From her I learned the value of selfless giving in this fight
  6. 6. #2 Ian Douglas Campbell Medical doctor, Chikankata Hospital A friend; Gave me a chance to try Thrust me into the deep end of community counseling and I learnt to swim Always trusting in team capacity First impression of what it means to transfer concepts of care and hope Never afraid to try others
  7. 7. #1 Thebisa Chaava My mentor in community counseling and CCE-CC A faithful friend and partner in life Mother of all my children The most devoted CCE-CC advocate the world has ever known Master Trainer and Innovative Leader in this field
  8. 8. Thank you The good thing about getting older is that you can look back and see things like this and appreciate others Thank you guys, The Lord Bless you. Its not over until He says so
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