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Unformatted text preview: see it as the most important problem facing Zimbabwe at this time. Of the $14 million dollars, $4 million will be put into hospitals and other health care services, so they can provide better care for those that have already contracted AIDS and others that are sick. Also, $3 million dollars will be put into the area of child care. The money could be used to better teach mothers how to care for their children, and also to provide them with the means to keep their children healthy. This would greatly help to lower the relatively high infant death rate in the country. Also, $1 million dollars will be given to the government to use as they see fit to better their own country. These plans will be a big help in bringing Zimbabwe out of their growing AIDS epidemic, and it will increase the life expectancy in their country, which will keep their population numbers from declining....
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course EN 1113 taught by Professor Stinson during the Spring '08 term at Mississippi State.
- Spring '08