The prevalence of AIDs in the African countries has come to be more apparent as the rates of those who have AIDs has increased over the past few years. Zimbabwe is a third world country where many facilities are not available as well as health oriented programs, many people are living under deplorable conditions which also contributes to their risk of infection. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or AIDs caused by HIV, is a disease that is caused by sexual intercourse with those of who are infected with it, AIDs can also be caused by prenatal transmission, and if the mother were to have AIDs then the child would also be infected. The infection of AIDs causes the weakening of the person’s immune system, which then could cause a spiraling
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Many programs have been introduced in Zimbabwe and other parts of Africa in order to provide beneficial resources to the people living in these third world countries. Organization such as UNICEF, and WHO have been implemented due to the multifarious dimensions of AIDs, and these organizations help assess the main concerns that relate to the epidemic such as care for the low wage individual or family members. These programs provide the necessary accommodations such as availability of low cost treatments and medications, as well as proper advice that could help the person alleviate their conditions caused from the epidemic. Many of the programs are implemented to provide a different path way to the journey to recovery and by providing hope to the people affected by the AIDs epidemic. The programs provided by the plethora of organizations provide the third world countries with the help that can improve the living conditions as well as their ability to cope with other diseases in the long run.
Education has become a determinant in the race to understanding the role of viruses and diseases in poverty stricken communities. Education programs were started in order to spread awareness of AIDs amongst the adolescents as well as older students in order to explain the necessity of proper protocols to avoid the presence of AIDs, the education