In sub saharan africa is now years when it could have

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in Sub-Saharan Africa is now _______years (when it could have been ________ without AIDS) The effect of the AIDS epidemic on households can be very severe: Many ___________________ are losing their income earners. In other cases, income earners are forced to ___________________________ to care for relatives who are ill from AIDS.
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Those who die, leave behind orphans , grieving and struggling to survive without a parent's care. In all affected countries, the HIV/AIDS epidemic is putting strain on the ________________________. As the epidemic develops, the demand for care for those living with HIV rises, as does the number of health workers affected. _____________________are heavily affected by HIV/AIDS. This a major concern, because schools can play a vital role in reducing the impact of the epidemic, through education and support. HIV/AIDS dramatically affects ________________, setting back ________________________ and social progress: The vast majority of people living with HIV/AIDS in Africa are between the ages of _________ and _________ - in the prime of their working lives. Employers, schools, factories and hospitals have to train other staff to replace those at the workplace who become too ill to work. Through its impacts on the labor force, households and enterprises, HIV/AIDS can act as a significant ___________ on economic growth and development. HIV/AIDS is already having a major affect on Africa's ______________________________________, and in turn, this affects Africa's ability to cope with the epidemic. Impact on Education and Economy List at least 3-5 ways that AIDS affects African economies (think of the cyclical effects from the flow chart).
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