1.891 billion
Life expectancy
69 years
  • Hindu 64%
  • Islam 29%
  • Sikkhism 2%
  • Buddhism 2%
  • Christian 2%


Estimated people living with HIV
Sources: World Bank, World Health Organization & CIA World Factbook


Shalom is located in a large city in Asia. This city has many seasonal migrants, including people living with HIV who come from neighboring states to seek out effective care and treatment. The vision of Shalom is to enable people and families living with HIV, and other life limiting illnesses, to live a good quality life with dignity and hope by providing compassionate and competent care for the whole person.

Holistic care for patients with HIV is provided through Shalom’s various components which include:

  • A hospital clinic with inpatient and outpatient facility
  • A home care program for individuals, families, transgenders with HIV
  • An adolescent program
  • A transgender program
  • Support groups for HIV positive widows and adolescents with HIV
  • A livelihood program.

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Partnerships for Transformation

Partnerships for Transformation (P4T) aims to build the capacity of local leaders, fellowships, health and development workers by encouraging, equipping and supporting them to express His love to those in need.

P4T is involved in a variety of projects to encourage empowerment and transformation of poor and/or marginalised individuals and communities. These include: health promotion, female drug and alcohol rehabilitation, counselling, advocacy, clean water and sanitation, self-help groups, income generation activities, adult literacy, safe migration, disaster/COVID response and resilience.

In order to reduce stigma, encourage inclusiveness and to reflect the changing situation and needs of the wider community, HIV has been integrated into these aspects of ministry, for a holistic response to the needs of the vulnerable.

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