PHE 101 AIDS Assessment.docx

The world health organisations plan for chronic

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effective in addressing the problem. The World Health Organisation’s plan for chronic ailment control in resource-deprived nations offers a classic solution through provision of comprehensive amenities to people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. However, individual participation is of vital importance for the success of any plan. There is a growing global recognition of the spread of HIV and AIDS with promising developments in treatment and prevention over recent years (WHO, 2015). There is no current cure, however with correct medical intervention, management of the virus is possible. It is most prevalent in the developing nations as compared to others. The degree of the infection differs extensively between people and depends also on many social aspects including but not limited to the availability of healthcare services, stigma and discrimination
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observed. It can be easily controlled if the resources are set aside to fight it and HIV/AIDS education continues. HIV and AIDS epidemic is worldwide with many countries both developed and developing setting aside large sums of money towards its control. Everyone has the fundamental human right to access appropriate medical care and the human right of freedom from discrimination and stigma.
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Unicef. (2007). The Nigerian Situation. Retrieved from https://www.unicef.org/nigeria/1971_2199.html Whiteside, A. (2016). HIV and AIDS: a very short introduction. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press World Health Organisation. (2015). Consolidated Guidelines On HIV TESTING SERVICES. Retrieved from http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/179870/9789241508926_eng.pdf;js essionid=723D47002179D19A04AAD4A4852748CF?sequence=1
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