IS #22 - InternationalStudies#22 17:03

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International Studies #22 17:03 Lecture #21 questions: Arab groups often care for sheep, cattle, goat, etc.  Non-Arab  groups are farming agricultural communities that trace their lineage to the South or their  region.  The majority of Northern Sudan identify with an Arab lineage, the majority of the  South does not.  Victims of the abuse are generally non-Arab.  This is an example of the  way identity issues can play out in conflict. Difficult to mount an intervention during the height of Iraq and Afghanistan in addition to  the lack of roads, etc. makes Sudan a very difficult area to protect for the international  community, and in particular the US 1. Introduction to HIV Challenge Unprecedented Global Health Crisis Who the disease effects – usually concentrated on most productive age bracket.  Takes  its toll on parents, educated, and work force. Numbers and area is concerning. AIDS sucks up resources from other health issues such as malaria. Distinct Health Characteristics Adult Populations and Global Course-Related Observations Recent Global Challenge AIDS has transitioned from a US problem for gay men and drug users to a concern with  Africa and developing countries.  It is now a global phenomenon. 5% of the adult population in Sub-Saharan Africa is HIV positive. Has developed negative economic and health implications.
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