Getting to zero

The important role social work has played across the globe in fighting the HIV pandemic is captured in the new e-book, Getting to Zero: Global Social Work Responds to HIV. Vincent Lynch, who served as BC School of Social Work’s director of continuing education, is the North America editor for the volume, which is a joint publication of the International Association of Schools of Social Work and UNAIDS. He also authored a chapter on “The social work response in the United States of America to the AIDS epidemic: 1989 to 2016.” In addition, BC School of Social Work Associate Professor Margaret Lombe, alumna Harriet Mabikke, and doctoral student Ngozi Enelamah contributed a chapter titled “Getting to Zero: A conversation on the label OVC and the welfare of children in sub-Saharan Africa.”

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