Seven major faith groups have signed a communique stating their plans to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS in Zambia. The document was signed at the First Zambian Open Day for Care and Compassion for People Living with HIV/AIDS, organized by the Zambia Inter-Faith Networking Group. Church leaders agreed to: offer support to those in their communities infected by the disease; pray for all those affected; and have open discussions in their respective places of worship. According to Zambian Minister of Health, Sylvia Masebo, there are over one million children orphaned by AIDS throughout the country. (The Christian Post)