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Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
Malaria and hiv
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Malaria and hiv

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How much progress has been made on Millennium Development Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and other diseases. What is the current status of malria and HIV/AIDS in the world?

How much progress has been made on Millennium Development Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and other diseases. What is the current status of malria and HIV/AIDS in the world?

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  • 1. Malaria and HIV/AIDS<br />
  • 2. Millennium Development Goal 6<br />Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases<br />TARGET<br />Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS<br />
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  • 6. Progress?<br />spread of HIV appears to have peaked in 1996, when 3.5 million people were newly infected.<br />72% of all new HIV infections in 2008 in Sub-Saharan Africa.<br />Epidemic stabilized in most regions.<br />Rising in Eastern Europe, Central Asia.<br />
  • 7. Progress?<br />HIV remains the world’s leading infectious killer<br />AIDS-related mortality peaked in 2004, with 2.2 million deaths.<br />33.4 million people were living with HIV in 2008, 22.4 million in sub-Saharan Africa.<br />
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  • 10. Some deadly rumors<br />In South Africa and Namibia, where AIDS rates are among the highest, some people believe sex with a virgin will cure HIV/AIDS.<br />Only Homosexuals contract AIDS (China, South Asia, Middle East)<br />AIDS doesn’t exist in our country ‘a foreign disease’<br />
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  • 14. From 2005-2008 access to treatment increased 10 fold- from 400,000 to 4 million<br />

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