By L. Fuller
This can be an in-depth examine the biomedical, socio-cultural, monetary, criminal and political, and academic vulnerabilities confronted by way of the inhabitants that's such a lot prone to the chance of contracting HIV/AIDS: African ladies.
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My primary purpose throughout, though, is to make what is happening today in Africa real, and readable enough here so that legions of us can act to make change(s). It is both my privilege and an indescribable push. Communication and HIV/AIDS The mainstay of many HIV/AIDS prevention programs has revolved around the notion of ABC: Abstain, Be faithful, and Use a Condom. Part of faith-based approaches depending on behavioral change that don’t take into account the African sociocultural landscape outlined here, you will soon see how critical it is to understand and appreciate gender inequities so that proper action steps can be undertaken.
Involve women and men in the media in conf lict prevention, management and resolution through civic journalism. To mobilize and encourage men and women of the media to be more interested and sensitive to health issues such as HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and TB which impede Africa’s development. To promote programmes that are favorable to press freedom, good governance, democracy, regional integration, peace and security in African societies. (www. org) Relative to HIV/AIDS, the FAMEDEV staff has long been involved in training Anglophone and Francophone journalists in various sectors of the media and they have developed manuals and resource packs for reporting on HIV/AIDS 26 African Women’s Unique Vulnerabilities to HIV/AIDS in English and French, coordinated research on media coverage of public health issues, produced HIV/AIDS Research Report and Media Guide (2006), and presented papers on the African experience at Phnom Penh, Cambodia and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Agency for International Development (USAID) presented Mandela’s Children’s Fund with $5 million, and both chambers of Congress approved a bill making $1 billion available, over two years, for global prevention, treatment, and research. One of the most important items to emerge from the conference, however, was the clear-cut recognition that poverty is a major factor in the breeding of AIDS—in terms of education, desperation, and access to preventative measures, counseling, testing, and/or treatment.
African Women's Unique Vulnerabilities to HIV AIDS: Communication Perspectives and Promises by L. Fuller