28 stories of AIDS in Africa Activist Activist from the book: Zackie Achmat -From south Africa -One of the world’s most known south African activists for HIV/AIDS -Cofounded the “Treatment Action Campaign” (TAC) in 1998 A HIV/AIDS activist project/group -Credited for making AIDS treatment available to the public sector -Before the TAC, Zackie was the director if the AIDS Law Project based out of the University of Witwatersrand -Zackie announced he was HIV positive in 1998 but refused to take the antiretroviral drugs until they were available to all people. However in August 2003, the TAC activist national congress urged him to start treatment. Film Serial Silat Mandarin Terbaru 2015 here. He announced that he would start treatment, and shortly after the government made the antiretroviral drugs available to the public. -In 2006 he was one of 44 activist arrested for occupying provincial government offices in Cape Town in protest to the death of a prisoner with AIDS. Researcher Although there has been a lot of changes in medicine that can potentially help a person who is HIV positive. This article explains the impact of AIDS/HIV has in Africa. These changes are not worldwide change for countries that struggle such as Africa.
Diskdigger Pro Android Скачать Бесплатно. As Stephanie Nolen goes through her interviews and her experiences, AIDS is represented as “the disease of the poor”. Not all countries such as Canada can access this medicine easily, so the forgotten countries such as Africa have no way of getting the correct treatment for the disease. Medicine such as ARV’s which stops the cells from reproducing but do not stop the disease completely. When many people hear the word “AIDS” they quickly associated it with “Africa”.
AIDS truly is a crisis in Africa and not many people are doing a thing about it. As Stephanie Nolen writes this book she reveals the true stories of the suffering Africans of the disease. She puts names to faces as she interviews them to find out how this epidemic will affect their homeland in the future. Both this article and the book present reoccurring themes that show an insight on how the disease is affecting all over these countries.
Reading this book with the PDF 28 stories of aids in africa will let you know more things. As known, adventure and experience about lesson, entertainment. Individuals reside in sub-Saharan Africa (UNAIDS World AIDS Day Report 6. We proceed as. Affected by HIV/AIDS (one story for each million of the 28 million people living with HIV in Africa), Nolen effectively conveys the shocking humanitarian, health, and personal impact of the AIDS epidemic on the African continent. Nolen’s sto-ries build on more than a decade of experience as a foreign correspondent for the Toronto Globe and Mailin sub.
As the article explains, people in Africa are not educated on how the disease is transmitted, so the lifestyle cannot be changed prevent the risk of getting AIDS. Until they have the correct education on AIDS, it will continue to affect the people around the country and death will continue to increase. Also, Africa does not have the proper hospitality to give clean blood transfusions, so a person from Africa who needs a blood transfusion is often given blood that is infected with AIDS. The book and the article both show that there is a change that can be done to lower to transmission and the number of people affected. The big issue is accessibility to medicine and the cost of the treatment.