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 />
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 />
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 />
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 />
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 />
Focused GD<br /><ul><li>We had taken 20 group for our project, each group consist of five member.
We have done research at BARAMUNDA & RASULGARH.
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.
TO TAKE CLEAR VIEW OR DATA FORM THE TARGET AUDIENCE IT IS THE BEST WAY.</li></li></ul><li>Sampling Method/ Sample Size<br />
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.
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 />
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 />
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 />