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Sub-Saharan Africa has turn into a virtual killing field with the worlds worst undeclared war What do you do when an epidemic with no cures sweeps through a nation What do you do when you dont 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 leading killer in sub-Saharan Africa where 233 million people have HIV or AIDS 90 of the worlds 11 million AIDS orphans are in Africa in 1998 200000 African died from war - but 22 million died from HIVAIDS These figures are harshly alarming and call for immediate attention and action The United States currently spends more than 800m a year fighting HIV infection the annual figure in Africa - where at least two thirds of the worlds HIV infected people live - the figure is only 160m These figures dont just add up when it comes to proportionality Addressing the massive inequalities in money available to tackle the disease is a must Fewer than 200000 in every 20 million men know they have the disease When you think of AIDS you think of unprotected sex and how slapping on a condom will stop the rising epidemic Slapping on a condom works when the problem is not an epidemic Condoms are great protective agents but mistakes and misues occur often Slapping on a condom to the 233 million people in sub-Saharan Africa already affected will do nothing for these individuals Battling the rising epidemic of AIDS is not going to be solved by leaving it to Africas leaders neighboring countries with needed resources need must get involve It would be great to say the entire world will get involve but that is not likely
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