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One social impact of AIDS/HIV in Botswana
Aids Orphans - parents die children are left alone. Strain on government to provide for them - 120,000 aids orphans in 2012
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One social impact of AIDS/HIV in Botswana
High social stigma towards HIV/AIDS. People could not get jobs, get abused - African government said AIDs can be cured by having sex with a virgin.
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One social impact of AIDS/HIV in Botswana
Gender Inequality - Increase in sex workers -> higher spread of AIDS/HIV. 4 thousand commercial sex workers in just three towns in Africa
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Economic Impacts of AIDS/HIV in Botswana
Decrease in GDP - less money to invest to boost the countries GDP as the money is going to fight the AIDs epidemic
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Economic Impacts of AIDS/HIV in Botswana
Decrease in the economic growth of the country - decrease in funds for education and health as the money is going to fight the AIDs epidemic
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Economic Impacts of AIDS/HIV in Botswana
Decrease on the taxable population - working class most at risk of AIDs/HIV they are the ones that pay tax.
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Name a human factor that have increased the vulnerability of people and places
Standard of living
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Name a human factor that have increased the vulnerability of people and places
Ability to respond - e.g. The technology avaliable to respond (medication, programs etc)
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Name a human factor that have increased the vulnerability of people and places
Cultural beliefs - 'You can cure AIDS by having sex with a virgin'
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What are Demographic Factors?
age, gender, marital status, race, education, income and occupation.
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What are human factors?
Choice ABC, Lack of health Care, Poverty, Unemployment, Cultural beliefs, Orphans
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When a disaster hits what are the emotional reactions and what are the stages?
Traumatic Stress Reactions' stages -- Horror, Dispair/anger/sadness, Recovery
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Name two spatial technology devices
GPS, Satellite maps
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How does human activity increase the risk of a natural hazard e.g. Bushfire
1) Increase proximity through suburban areas 2) Increase fuel loads – Don’t complete regular burn backs. 3) Arson 4) Not following fire restrictions 5) Enhanced Greenhouse effect – Climate drying & getting hotter – better conditions for a bushfire.
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Social impacts in LEDC countries (Bushfires in india)
Family violence - Lost house, family members - taking anger out on other family members,
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Social impacts in MEDC countries (Bushfires in india)
Massive population (1 billion) extremly crowded, lots of houses lost due to poor construction (due to low GDP of country) and crowdness of the homes - no insurance cannot rebuild homes - HIGH HOMELESSNESS
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Social impacts in MEDC countries (Bushfires in india)
Injuries or Death from fire. Due to poor health care(due to low GDP of country) victems cannot recieve correct, quick treatment for injuries resulting in a high fatality rate - effecting more families with depression, PTSD etc
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