- Created by: Beth Dunn-Wilson
- Created on: 07-01-13 20:15
1. How did Uganda tackle the AIDS epidemic?
- Mass media employment: slogan "zero grazing"
- Condom usage massively encouraged
- Improved service and delivery of treatments, family assistance and counseling.
- Abstinance was encouraged
- Education and awareness about how the disease spreads and safe sex.
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2. How did economic activity affect the spread of AIDS?
- Decreased economic activity meant there were fewer smugglers visiting sex workers.
- This meant the disease wasn't spreading as it had before. Partly changed sex practices and behaviours
- and partly, due to awareness of infected towns, people engaged in casual sexual activity less frequently.
3. Give three reason why AIDS is an economic issue.
- Orphans are cared for by grandparents or other family members. They need money to provide for these children. Leads to an increase in child labour, guerrilla recruitment and child abuse.
- Poor working conditions lead to the spread of disease.
- The drugs tho prevent it exist but poor infrastructure restricts distribution.
- The disease kills working age people, weakening the diminishing the workforce and therefore a country's productivity.
4. What is the case study for this section?
5. What are the three major diseases affecting developing countries?
- Parasitic worms