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The Impact of HIV/AIDS on eThekwini Businesses atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
The emergence of HIV/AIDS as an epidemic has affected many aspects of life. It has affected the livelihoods of individuals, their families, friends, and their means of survival and betterment of life such as relationships, work, and wealth. The HIV/AIDS epidemic has affected first world countries as well as third world countries, globally. However, the main aim of the study has been to identify the impact of HIV/AIDS on eThekwini businesses. eThekwini was the main focus of the study because it is the economic hub of KwaZulu-Natal. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on eThekwini Businesses is a quantitative study which used a questionnaire to solicit responses from managers of profit-making organisations. The study intended to reveal the extent of the impact of HIV/AIDS on the profitability of the organisations and the costs incurred by employers in trying to deal with the disease. The study managed to reveal challenges faced by employers as well employees in an organisation. Employees were faced with the fear of victimisation based on their HIV/AIDS status. The fear of being dismissed and discriminated against because of their HIV/AIDS status forced employees not to disclose their status.
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Information behaviour in HIV/AIDS-life threatening contexts atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
This book is an ethnography of information behaviour of people infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS (PI/A HIV/AIDS). It seeks to generate deeper understanding of the real world ‘lived information experiences’ of PI/A HIV/AIDS, with the aim of informing information management practice, strategy and policy to better contribute to the fight against HIV/AIDS. This book brings a new dimension to the fight against HIV/AIDS by suggesting that because HIV/AIDS is a social, cultural and a biological phenomenon, attempts to fight it must take into account the complex social and cultural interactions that can both help and hinder the spread of the disease. Information behaviour is a key component of such interactions, and understanding the way it affects, and is affected by its broader context may be an influential factor in helping the fight against HIV/AIDS. Although Information is a critical resource for PI/A HIV/AIDS, research on their information behaviour is scanty. Hence this work explores HIV/AIDS-related information behaviour from the point of view of PI/A HIV/AIDS in order to unearth the dilemmas, frustrations, emotions, and challenges associated with HIV/AIDS information.
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Adolescents and HIV/AIDS prevention programmes in Mthatha atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
Today HIV/AIDS rank as one of the most devastating health and social calamity of our time. South Africa has the highest number of HIV/AIDS infected persons in the world. And so is the Eastern Cape Province. Knowledge is one of the primary socializing agents in the society that can help in the reduction of the spread of HIV/AIDS. Because Eastern Cape has a poor rural back ground, the focus of this book will be on introducing the people of this region to the dangers of the pandemic as well as on how as a consequence of sexuality education. The management of the pandemic to a limited level of spread and contraction with intent to bring the scourge of HIV/AIDS to cessation will be brought to the fore.
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The Economics of the Global Response to HIV/AIDS atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
The book addresses the impact of HIV/AIDS across different countries, the global response to HIV/AIDS, and cost-effectiveness of HIV/AIDS-related interventions.
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Coping with the psychosocial challenges of HIV/AIDS atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
Women Living with HIV/AIDS are one of the group of people who have been experiencing the psychosocial challenges of HIV/AIDS. Psychologically, women diagnosed for HIV experienced fear, shame, powerlessness, sadness and other distressing emotional reactions. Socially, probably the single most challenge for women with HIV/AIDS is stigma. This Book, therefore, provides the strategies that women living with HIV/AIDS use to cope with the psychosocial challenges of HIV/AIDS in line with detail information about the psychosocial challenges of women living with HIV/AIDS. In view of this, it was found that women living with HIV/AIDS use both engagement and disengagement coping to deal with psychosocial challenges.How the study was conducted? To conduct the study exploratory research design and qualitative research approach were used.
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Impacts of African Culture in HIV/AIDS lived experiences in education atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
HIV/AIDS is a current global challenge. This book captures the complex HIV/AIDS'' life experiences of various members of the education sector workplaces. The intention was to show how culture and gender influence the HIV/AIDS lived experiences in education workplaces. Focusing on attitudes, knowledge, beliefs and practices of the participants, I identified particular aspects of ‘world views'' and/or perceptions, popular discourses and non-biomedical disease explanatory models that impact on the implementation of HIV/AIDS policies in the education sector. The book demonstrates the insufficiency of official discourse and Western biomedical constructs for understanding and responding to HIV/AIDS, and concludes that the hybrid nature of perspectives explains that no single approach to the AIDS crisis in education institutions will be effective for addressing the epidemic and its challenges. The book will be more fascinating to People who deal with: HIV/AIDS, gender and culture, HIV/AIDS in workplaces, policy makers and implementers, researchers especially those focusing on HIV/AIDS in Africa and those still in denial of the existence and devastating effects of the epidemic
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Awareness About HIV/AIDS Among Religious Madrisa Students atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
Since first case of HIV was recognized in united states in 1981,HIV has spread rapidly throughout the world,statistics of joint United Nations program on HIV/AIDS and World Health Organization(WHO)2007,estimated number of persons living with HIV worldwide were 33.2 million.The AIDS epidemic update reports on the latest developments in the global AIDS epidemic has been published annually since 1998.The new HIV infected in 2007 were 2.5 million and the deaths due to the HIV in 2007 were around 2.1million worldwide.Half of the new infected cases today are young people aged between 15-24 years.The surveys from the many countries indicate that more than 50% of young people aged 15-24 years have misconceptions about how HIV/AIDS is spread. The young people do not have access to right information.Many studies has been conducted in different countries of the world in the university students.But no study has been conducted in madrasa/religious students.The madrasa / religious students in our country are coming from low socioeconomic class,because of the poverty and illiteracy they do not know much about the HIV.
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The Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS in Tanzania atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
Revision with unchanged content. HIV/AIDS - two simple and short abbreviations, yet provoking sinister associations with sexual behavior, poverty, sickness and death. Stigmatized in one part of the world and almost selfishly exploited for media purposes in the other. This book delivers an introductory insight into the history of HIV/AIDS and furthermore displays the situation around the world in the late 90s with predictions for the future. The author specifies Tanzania as an example, thereby focusing on sectoral impacts, such as on workforce, macro-economic and other sectors, which are all affected inter- and independently. For Tanzania being a poor country, the book outlines the interrelations between poverty and HIV/AIDS, but also the dissociations from one another. The author wants to address researchers or other groups with an interest in the worldwide situation of HIV/AIDS and who are looking for short and clear demonstrations about the reported and predicted impacts of HIV/AIDS on a country's economy. The individual reader is being motivated to compare the figures in this book with the prevailing figures at the time of reading, so as to fully understand the particular and overall impacts of HIV/AIDS.
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Making the Link atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids

Making the Link

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Making the Link atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
Nowhere has there been a wider and more divisive debate than the causation and arrest of HIV/AIDS prevalence in society. From the United Nations, views expressed by the Catholic Church, political and other world leaders, to the lowly layers of poverty stricken shanty towns of the worlds capita, the ever presence of HIV and AIDS has enveloped our world community. Making the Link enters the debate by asking some hard-hitting questions about the role and responsibilities of teachers in arresting the spread of HIV/AIDS and it suggests an inter-disciplinary approach to addressing HIV/AIDS awareness in the secondary curriculum. Making the Link addresses questions such as: What do teachers think about addressing HIV/AIDS through the curriculum? What is an inter-disciplinary approach to the teaching and learning about HIV/AIDS? What should be included in an inter-disciplinary approach to HIV/AIDS?
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Physical Therapy Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
HIV/AIDS leads to a wide spectrum of physical, psychological, social, emotional and economical toll on the sufferer. Discrimination and stigmatization consequent to infection of HIV/AIDS is widespread among families, communities and health-care providers. HIV/AIDS related stigma from health-care workers is a major barrier to effective responses to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The quality of care given by health-care workers to people living with HIV/AIDS is influenced by their knowledge, attitudes and willingness. Despite the emerging role of physical therapists for people living with HIV/AIDS, there is little information on their knowledge, attitudes and willingness to take care people living with HIV/AIDS. This book presents an assessment of knowledge, attitude and willingness to provide care for people living with HIV/AIDS among physical therapists.
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An Analysis of Knowledge and Attitudes About HIV-AIDS atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
Statistics on HIV–AIDS show that infection is predominant among the youth aged 15-24 years - the largest population in universities. A descriptive survey was conducted in two public universities and two private universities in Nairobi. A sample of 240 students was used. Data were collected using questionnaires and interview schedules. Mass media, peers and the universities HIV-AIDS programmes were some most common sources of information on HIV–AIDS. Over 85 percent of the students correctly identified some of the major modes of HIV–AIDS transmission but they were also quite unclear about other modes of transmission.Although 80 percent of the students had adequate information to protect themselves from HIV–AIDS and had changed their behaviour,some students may still be at risk of infection. HIV–AIDS awareness targeting the youth should be increased in the mass media. Deliberate efforts focusing on attitude and behaviour change are required through inter–university games, HIV–AIDS awareness week, the inclusion of an HIV–AIDS awareness module in the student orientation courses,the establishment of HIV–AIDS resource centres and the strengthening of peer counseling programmes.
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REALIZING THE RIGHT TO HEALTH FOR MOST AT RISK POPULATIONS atueyi s c stanley manipulating the world of hiv aids
HIV/AIDS AND FISHING COMMUNITIES IN UGANDA. Fishing Communities all over the world are among the Most At Risk Populations and very susceptible to HIV/AIDS. Unfortunately their human rights in the fight against HIV/AIDS have not been adequately addressed and this is worsened by the nature of the dangerous work they do. The book covers the right to health for fishing communities as most at risk populations and to what extent the law has addressed their plight in the struggle against HIV/AIDS.
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