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Yes, HIV can seriously slow economic growth

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Yes, HIV can seriously slow economic growth

  Kamala Sarup  

Dr Anand Chaudhary, an MBBS graduate from the Tribhuvan University’s Institute of Medicine, said that if HIV infections continue to grow at the current rate, the economy could become paralyzed, increasing health costs. If HIV continues to infect young people in productive age groups, there will be a global impact on our development. HIV-related diseases and deaths contribute to current poverty.

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My debate focuses on the need to review economic policy.

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My debate focuses on the need to review economic policy. Even money has gone into poverty reduction. Therefore, I am concentrating here on a specific area: economically less developed areas What characterize these areas outside of economic poverty?

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When political leaders are busy committing economic crimes?

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This article is about political, economic crimes. This is a serious crime that is dangerous for the economy. The point against relativism is simple. Political crime committed by politicians is harmful to democracy and profit.

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Abuse of HIV/AIDS patients

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HIV/AIDS is a worldwide epidemic, primarily killing people in poor countries in Asia and Africa. Nearly one-third of countries do not have access to counseling, social support and medical care. They also suffer economic rights and do not have laws to protect them. Also, because of traditional values and norms, safer sex practices continue to be difficult in most of the countries which makes prevention difficult. They have also been deprived of CD4 cell count facilities, and of the widely available antiretroviral (ARV) drugs.

For women, the situation is particularly worrisome.

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Against Trump’s Student Immigration Policies

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During my university years, I once heard someone say that the United States is the land of the melting pot. I always pondered the strange terms referenced and wanted to know the contents that were melting.

When I first arrived in the US, the phrase revealed and unfolded itself like an origami that is both expected and surprising simultaneously. The journey from the airport to the place I stayed in, I saw people from various countries: race, culture, ethnicity, and color. The sudden awareness of the true meaning made me feel special as I was now a part of the pot too.

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Can a Poor Country Become Rich?

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They are just beautiful

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Kamala 'Sarup'

My bosses  Kelly and Andrew from Middle Township have such great character.  I felt particularly heartbroken last week because we lost a beautiful human being jacob. I cried,  he was undoubtedly an expert in making jokes and enjoyed talking.

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My perspectives on rape, and counter opinions

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There were also report in the media of women and young women being socially targeted.  General lawlessness have also increased rape of women, in the society as a whole, because the police are so diverted with crime and violence that they have tended to ignore civil crimes. And of course, the media have reported many incidents of rape by men.

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Reducing poverty results in less dangerous

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Among many factors the poor status of the development activities are also more responsible for the whole cause. From century  people's economic system remain unchanged. Poor political system, and poor programs are equally responsible. literacy rate is still low, infant mortality rate is still high.  Other serious problem are seen in the policy area, such as in school curriculum development, and quality of education.

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