By Moody Adams "ABC" strategy reduced AIDS rate from 30 percent to near 5 percent in 10 years. Uganda has reduced its AIDS rate from 30 percent to near 5 percent in only 10 years using the “ABC” strategy.
The “ABC” approach is cheap, fast and proven more effective than anything else in the world.
It is the only approach offering hope to the African continent which has two-thirds of the world’s 40 million people infected with AIDS.
“ABC” stands for "abstinence," "be faithful to your mate," and use a "condom" if you do not obey the first two.
The ABC approach will not work in countries like America where a million are infected and the numbers are increasing.
There are three reasons: 1, We value sex above human life. 2. AIDS is a big money industry. 3. Abstinence and faithfulness are Biblical concepts forbidden by “separation of church and state.”