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AIDS in Africa By Anonymous The new century has allowed the worlds nations to take a new outlook on the world It has given them a chance to decide what the pressing issues are to solve and think of ways to solve them The UN has set the year 2000 as the year to unite the worlds nations in order to make the world one One of the issues that the worlds nations are faced with is the HIVAIDS epidemic in Africa Even though is can be targeted to one area this is still a world issue because of the western worlds role in creating their instability Over the past years especially the most resent ones much advancement in new drug treatments and vaccines have been made but there is the issue of funding There are many changes that need to be made in order to better the situation in Africa UN figures say that 122 million women and 101 million men were living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa at the end of 1999 These numbers need to be decreased and the new millennium is the worlds chance If today marks the turning point it is too late for nearly all the 343 million people who are living with HIV and AIDSGellman July 52000 A01 This is the problem even though the worlds nations are getting their acts together now each day 15000 people are affected with HIVAIDS so everyday that goes by the numbers increase Out if the 343 million people who are living with HIV and AIDS only 2 percent are able to get access to antiretroviral drugs or even basic treatments for diseases that are the result from HIVAIDS Dido They are already dead said one despairing US health official Theyre just still walking aroundGellman July 52000 A01 Many African Nations that face the problems of the HIVAIDS epidemic cant afford to help out their citizens buy drugs The average cost
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