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The Malawi Interfaith AIDS Association (MIAA), initially called the Interfaith HIV and AIDS Secretariat, was established towards the end of 2003 with support from the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) as an interfaith service agency to facilitate a united commitment of Faith Communities in the struggle against HIV AND AIDS. This was out of the realization that the faith communities have strengths, credibility, and are grounded in communities offering them the opportunity to make a real difference in combating HIV and AIDS. The next step, after having established MIAA as an organization, was to prepare a Strategic Plan which could spell out the strategic direction and the road map for the smooth implementation of its activities. 

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MIAA is an umbrella of interfaith institutions and exists to coordinate a faith-based response to health and HIV through a gender sensitive and rights-based approach

An empowered interfaith community responsive to quality health and HIV solutions for all

  1. Recognition that God /Allah is love and the creator of all human beings
  2. Human life is sacred and needs to be protected and dignified
  3. Transparency and accountability – being reliable and open in all our practices
  4. Fairness – offering services regardless of gender, age, status and ethnic groups
  5. Responsiveness- Working flexibly by championing bold and innovative solutions in addressing human development challenges
  6. Stewardship-Ensuring that we keep our promises and guard aspirations for our faith response

MIAA Secretariat

Pirira C. Ndaferankhande

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Ulemu Kusapali

HEAD OF PROGRAMS

Clement J. Chinguwo

TEAM LEADER, FINANCE & ADMIN

Vitumbiko Wanda

OPERATIONS OFFICER

Zaithwa Bema

OFFICE ASSISTANT

Grace Matonga

FIELD OFFICER

MIAA News Desk