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  • Southern Africa And Publications
    560 words
    Information on Black Libraries Namibia Resource Centre Southern Africa Library The Library The library's collection of books focuses primarily on southern Africa and publications originating from the region. Its holdings of publications printed in Namibia since the early 1950's are probably the most extensive outside Africa. The collection contains publications in European and African languages the social sciences and humanities. The rare-book collection of early accounts of European exploration...
  • Hiv Aids In Sub Saharan Africa
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    Jarrod Stafford Government 9 a.m. Forming Public Policy on AIDS epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa Strengths of Current Policyo 15 billion dollars of aid over 5 years o Bring African AIDS epidemic to forefront o Dispersing resources quickly Using new approaches and leadership model Employing evidence-based decision so Demanding accountability for results Weaknesses of Current Policyo Not attacking root causes of problem Waited many years to act effectivelyOpportunitieso Drug testing o Drug market Sh...
  • World Bank Directors
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    Somalia had an economy based on trade between small breeders and small agriculture. Despite drought, the country remained self-sufficient on alimentary product during the 60's and 70's. During the 1970's decade population transfer programs permitted the development of an important commercial sector: Breeding. until 1983, breeding represented 80% of Somalia importation takings. At the beginning of the 80's the IMF and the World Bank imposed a program of reforms. This program led to the collapse o...
  • States And Societies Of Sub Saharan Africa
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    Caste distinctions first became prominent in Northern India following Aryan migration into the subcontinent. During the postclassical era, the caste system became securely established in Southern India as well. The postclassical era brought a series of political, economic, and social challenges to India's caste system. The caste system plays a crucial role in India in determining the class and status of not only its people but also migrants. The caste system adapted to the arrival of migrants an...
  • Low Fertility Rates In Sub Saharan Africa
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    Introduction 2 Population 4 Fertility 4 Causes of High Fertility 5 Cultural determinants of fertility 5 Mortality 5 Migration and Refugee Issues 6 Agricultural Performance 7 Women's Time, and Their Role in Rural Production and Household Maintenance Systems 7 An Action Plan 8 Reducing Fertility Rates 8 Promoting Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture 8 Infrastructure Development and Settlement Policy 10 Water 10 Poverty 11 HIV / AIDS 11 Slowing Population Growth 12 Conclusion 12 Bibliography 15 ...
  • 23 3 Million In Sub Saharan Africa
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    Sub-Saharan Africa has turn into a "virtual killing field" with the world's worst undeclared war. What do you do when an epidemic with no cures sweeps through a nation What do you do when you don t have the needed resources to contain the disease with treatment What do you do when most people within the population do not even know they carry disease AIDS is rapidly killing off the population of Africa. According to the UNAIDS (Joint United Nations Programme on HIV / AIDS), AIDS is now the leadin...
  • Hiv Aids In Sub Saharan Africa
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    709623540 Unit 3 Project. 11/19/2002 Carl Cose art. AIDS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA One of the major factors of the increasing death rate in sub-Saharan African countries is the deadly virus HIV positive (Human Immune Deficiency Virus) and disease AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). The region accounts for 70% of the world's HIV / AIDS population. Researches by various groups have reported that this disease is directly linked to the high poverty rate in the region. Research done by Desmond Co...
  • Aids Epidemic In Sub Saharan Africa
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    By: anonymous Aids AIDS By: anonymous As recently as 1990, there were some regions of the world that had remained relatively unscathed by AIDS. Today, however, there is not a single country around the world which has wholly escaped the AIDS epidemic. As the epidemic has matured, some of the developed nations which were hard hit by the epidemic in the 1980's such as the United States have reported a slowing in the rate of new infections and a stabilization among existing cases with lower mortalit...
  • Sub Saharan Africa Needs
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    AIDS in Africa The AIDS epidemic is rampant in sub-Saharan Africa due to lack of education about the disease in the poor, underdeveloped region. Sub-Saharan Africa is home to 70% of the people who became infected with HIV this year. (WHO). Most people in sub-Saharan Africa worry more about their next meal than they do about safe-sex. Poor, uneducated women, adolescents, children, and male workers who travel frequently are at greater risks than anyone else in the region. Health care pales in comp...

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