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HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
HIV AIDS PTT
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HIV AIDS PTT

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THIS IS MADE BY STUDENT OF AFFINITY BUSINESS SCHOOL

THIS IS MADE BY STUDENT OF AFFINITY BUSINESS SCHOOL

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  • 1. BY STUDENTS OF AFFNITY BUSINESS SCHOOL<br />
  • 2. HIV AIDS<br />H<br />I<br />V<br />A<br />I<br />D<br />S<br />Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome”<br />A specific type of virus (a retrovirus)<br />HIV invades the helper T cells to replicate itself.<br />No Cure<br />It is a condition in which the built in defense system of the body breaks down completely. This phenomenon is gradual but ultimately leads to total depletion of a very important cell component of the immune mechanism. Thus those who are affected are unable to combat with common diseases including even mild infections since his/her immunity is knocked out and body resistance is reduced.<br />
  • 3. INTRODUCTION<br />33.3 million people worldwide now infected with HIV.<br />AIDS deaths in 2009 was 1.8 million.<br />India’s first known HIV infection was diagnosed in a female sex worker in Chennai in February 1986.<br />5.2 million people in India now infected with HIV.<br />46% are female & 5.9% are children in India.<br />(The Hunter Theory of HIV Origin, Oral Polio Vaccine, Conspiracy Theories of HIV Origin)<br />
  • 4. Though the government is spending much more money then also the people are not aware it can be much more clear by the help of bellow diagram<br />
  • 5. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY<br />To find out the public awareness about HIV AIDS.<br />To find out the demographic profile of respondent about HIV AIDS.<br />To find out the symptoms of HIV AIDS & its awareness among the illiterate & literate people.<br />To find out Govt. initiatives funds HIV AIDS campaign.<br />To find out the cause behind failure of govt. initiatives towards HIV AIDS project.<br />To find the public perception towards HIV infected people after watching the HIV AIDS campaign. <br />
  • 6. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY<br /> Primary source -we have collected from public by doing FGD( focused group discussion ) for understanding of the problem by the questionnaire. <br />Secondary sources -we have collected data from external sources <br /> which have collected from NACO, OSACS.nic.in<br />1.Approach & methodology:-<br /> The methodology for the study is Both secondary and primary research methods will be adopted to obtain the above mentioned research objectives.<br />2.Sample Design :-<br /> We have followed by cluster sampling method for selection of respondent because our research focused group for data collection.<br />
  • 7. Focused GD<br /><ul><li>We had taken 20 group for our project, each group consist of five member.
  • 8. We have done research at BARAMUNDA & RASULGARH.
  • 9. We have taken seven literate group & thirteen illiterate group, & we have done this on these questionnaire_ _ _</li></ul>WHY FGD?<br /><ul><li>THIS IS A VERY SENSITIVE TOPIC SO PEOPLE WILL FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE TO GIVE THERE VIEW IN GROUP.
  • 10. TO TAKE CLEAR VIEW OR DATA FORM THE TARGET AUDIENCE IT IS THE BEST WAY.</li></li></ul><li>Sampling Method/ Sample Size<br />
  • 11. PUBLIC AWARENESS ABOUT HIV AIDS<br />
  • 12. SOURCE OF AWARENESS ABOUT HIV AIDS<br />News Paper<br />T.V<br />Radio<br />Wall print<br />Govt.programme<br />
  • 13. MODE OF HIV TRANSMISSION <br />
  • 14. VIEW MODE OF HIV TRANSMISSION OF WOMEN <br />
  • 15. SYMPTOMS OF HIV AIDS<br />
  • 16. HOW TREAT/HELP THE PERSON WHO SUFFERING HIV AIDS<br />Behaves him/her as a friend.<br />Him/her family members should co-operative with them.<br />Should not hat them.<br />Don’t let him/her to fill it’s a big disease.<br /> Suggest them not keep sexual relation with others without condom.<br /><ul><li> Good behaves with him/her.
  • 17. Don’t keep sexual relation with them.
  • 18. Separate medical facility for them.
  • 19. Prepare separate bed for them.</li></li></ul><li>STEPS FOR REMOVEING HIV AIDS BY GOVT.<br />Advertisement should be properly In rural area.<br />Awareness program should be done by drama,oneactplay and entertainment don by film actor in rural area.<br />To give advise the rural people how protect themselves from HIV AIDS by govt..<br />Provide to rural people Monthly free blood test program in govt.medical.<br />
  • 20. STEPS FOR REMOVEING HIV AIDS BY GOVT.<br />HIV AIDS topic should be compulsory subject in both govt.& public school & college career.<br />Govt. should to provide education in every child in rural area.<br />Provide more advertisement in local channel, newspaper, and more wall print in medical, railway station, bus stand and local market.<br />
  • 21. Major factors for multiply<br /> of HIV/AIDS in IND & OSS<br />Migration in search of work (both in & out migration). <br />Low literacy.<br />Poverty.<br />Urbanization.<br />Inject able drug users.<br />Unsafe sex practice (both hetero & homo-sexual).<br />Ignorance about modes of transmission of HIV/AIDS.<br />

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