AIDS is a deadly virus which infects a large population around the globe. This virus affects the cellular system of the body which affects the healing ability of the body for the infections and injuries. This is a man made disease or virus, which was debated by every nation that who created it and why? Though, this could be to achieve any national interest or highly secret motive. In this report on the comparison of the bodies which are active in the AIDS campaign and whose presence affects the AIDS epidemics and the budgets of overcoming the AIDS around the globe.
Uganda was subjected to British protectorate from 1894 to 1962. The colonial rule affected the Ugandan economy since the British were concerned with financial gains. Senegal is considered to be the Africa’s model democracy. However, the levels of poverty and high rates of unemployment are high irrespective of the stable economy. During post-colonialism, France remained an aid donor to Senegal and helped the country to gain political stability and monetary stability as well.
Striking Senegal Senegal is a country on the west coast of Africa. It has a rich French colonial heritage. The Vibrant Capital Dakar is the capital of Senegal and it’s an Atlantic port on the Cap-Vert peninsula. Its traditional Medina quarter is home to the Grand Mosque with a towering minaret. When the vibrant city gets to be too much head for the peaceful island of Ile de N’Gor.
This is because the higher demand for food and fuel causes the removal of protective vegetation from the area, meaning that rain-splash erosion and aeolian erosion can occur. The chance of desertification increases when an area is experiencing drought conditions. This is because the soil is already stressed by the processes of overcropping and overgrazing, and so a drought dries out the soil completely and causes it to become useless and desertified. In Sahelian countries such as Chad and Niger, cash crops (Crops only sold for their monetary value) such as cotton and cashew nuts are grown in massive plantations as part of economic reforms known as structural adhustment programmes. This is because the owners of these farms receive debt relief for growing this crop.
While the government is helping relocate some livestock, the lack of rain places incredible strain on farmers. Wild animals also struggle to find enough food during droughts. The International Fund for Animal Welfare estimates that some 40 percent of the animals in the Tsavo West National Park during Kenya’s last severe drought. Droughts have a “direct impact” on Kenya’s tourism industry which relies on visitors to its wildlife reserves. 1.3.4 Loss of corals through bleaching Climate change is also affecting the East African coral reef, another important part of Kenya’s tourism industry Acidification of the seas is beginning to affect the coral reefs, and the East African reef is one of the great reefs of the world.
They 're not truthfully reflecting a serious situation Dai Qing, Chinese writer Wang Xiaofeng, the official who in September had seemed to warn of catastrophe, this week took a different line. "Geological disasters in this area have been effectively controlled," he said at a press conference in Beijing to discuss the environmental impact of the Three Gorges Dam. Although he did not discount the possibility of natural disasters in the future, he added: "There will not be any major damage to life or property." He also rebutted the various accusations claiming the Yangtze River dam is causing environmental damage. Mr Wang said there was less than half the expected levels of silt behind the dam, and outbreaks of algae in waterways feeding into the reservoir had been controlled.
This caused problems in farms as it meant that there was no water for livestock, causing a problem with food production. It also threatened the ecosystems and wildlife, especially those who live in the river. The drought also caused ships to be stranded and power shortages affected eastern and central China. In spite of the problems this dam causes, But Wang Hai who is the director of the transport division of the three gorges dam told China Daily that he does not accept the thought that the dam has caused water related problems and things could be a lot worse without the dam existing. Most people though, disagree and say that it is impossible that a huge dam wouldn’t have any impact on downstream.
To date, the epidemic has left behind 13.2 million orphans, children who before the age of 15 have lost either their mother or both parents to AIDS. Economic impacts - growing evidence suggests that AIDS is having a devastating effect on economic growth and incomes. An African country overall GDP growth would be 2.6% lower each year. At the end of 20 years, the economy would be two thirds smaller than it would otherwise have been. Workers - AIDS reduces the number of healthy workers, especially experienced workers in their most productive years.
Starvation in Africa Around 700,000 children younger than the age of five face starvation in Kenya alone. 1.4 million kids could die this year in three African countries, and 10.9 million are in need of humanitarian assistance in the Lake Chad Basin. In Africa right now, millions are facing famine, malnutrition, and starvation(Huber). Although some efforts are being made to help countries in Africa struggling with food insecurity because of issues like poverty, conflict, and natural disasters, starvation is still a huge problem with lasting effects that needs more attention and support. There are many causes or situations that contribute to the widespread problem of starvation in Africa.
There is a decline in the quality of education in Kenya and Ghana, linked to pupil–teacher ratios, ‘the quality of instruction’, favouritism in awarding bursaries and poor infrastructure. In South Africa it is clear that young graduates are unable to find employment while most of them drop-out of universities because of lack of funding. How We Made It In Africa