1. Aids is a total health crisis to Africa. Being that 10% percent of the world's people live in Africa, but it is home to 90 % of the world's HIV-infected children. In sub-Saharan Africa 470,000 children die every year from AIDS. For more than 90 % of these children, the deadly virus is transmitted from their mother, So therefore being no escape to avoiding transmission for these people, as well as these people go through a lot of social consequences. One being a very big trauma of children loosing their parents to the virus and being left alone in the world as an orphan.
Leading to 1st stopping education to take care of parent while in sickness leading to death then going into deep depression of loosing parent and most of the time being left alone to take care of other siblings. Living a children head house hold is deeply traumatizing, especially with out education. A human that goes through this never lives a normal life neither progression of wealth making it hard for affording medication.
As death being a reoccurring event through out these families life is viewed in a total different way comparing to North Americans. These people cherish what we taking for granted like education, family and life it self and also deep sadness, crying and grandmothers burring their children. With these guidelines to living are followed through out Africans it impacts the future of the country it self and history for human history.
2. Since there is such a lack of education through out the country. Ones lucky to not be born with the virus does not mean they have greater chance to living a normal life, soon they will be infected by either them not knowing of virus information nor ways of protection or being raped.
Girls have higher rates of infection than do boys of the same age. One study found that among youths under 20, for example, for every HIV-positive boy three to seven times that many girls were infected. There are myths in Africa told...