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Presented By . Pagare Maya & Yewale Sakhu. Aim of Project . We aimed at desiging on all purpose 9 th and 10 th std. students give the information of aids. Create the scientific attitude in students. To make awareness of aids in society.

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Pagare Maya & YewaleSakhu


Aim of project

Aim of Project

We aimed at desiging on all purpose 9th and 10th std. students give the information of aids.

Create the scientific attitude in students.

To make awareness of aids in society.

Student gives the basic information of aids.


Cause of Aids

HIV is a virus that gradually attacks immune system

cells. As HIV progressily damages these cells, the body

becomes more vulnerable to infections, which it will

have difficulty in fighting off. It is at the point of very

Advanced HIV infection that a person is said to have

AIDS. If left untreated, it can t ake around ten years

before HIV has damaged the immune system

enough for AIDS to develop.


• Make models for diagnosing HIV infectioHIV testing a routine part of medical care.

• Implement new ns outside medical settings.

• Prevent new infections by working with persons diagnosed with HIV and their

partners.

• Further decrease perinatal HIV transmission


What are the symptoms of AIDS? A person is diagnosed with AIDS when they have developed an AIDS related condition or symptom, called an opportunistic infection, or an AIDS related cancer. The infections are called ‘opportunistic’ because they take advantage of the opportunity offered by a weakened immune system.


  • It is possible for someone to be diagnosed with AIDS even if they have not developed an opportunistic infection. AIDS can be diagnosed when the number of immune system cells (CD4 cells) in the blood of an HIV positive person drops below a certain level.


  • prevention around the world

    Prevention of HIV transmission from mother to child

  • Preventing mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV

  • Why are PMTCT programmes failing to reach women in need?

  • WHO HIV & AIDS guidelines for PMTCT & breastfeeding

    Prevention of HIV transmission through blood

  • Needle exchange and harm reduction

  • Blood safety and HIV

    AIDS and sex education

  • Introduction to HIV/AIDS education

  • HIV/AIDS education and young people

  • Lesson plans for HIV/AIDS education with young people

  • Sex education that works

  • Abstinence and sex education


  • Prevention of sexual transmission of HIV

  • The ABC of HIV prevention

  • Using condoms; types and sizes

  • The female condom

  • Condoms: effectiveness, history & availability

  • Circumcision & HIV

  • HIV prevention & sex workers

  • HIV treatment as prevention

  • HIV treatment as prevention

  • Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) & PrEP


  • Introduction to HIV & AIDS treatment and care

    HIV and AIDS treatment

  • Introduction to HIV/AIDS treatment

  • Starting, monitoring & switching HIV treatment

  • HIV & AIDS treatment for children

    HIV and AIDS care

  • HIV and AIDS home based care

  • AIDS and pain

  • Palliative care

    HIV and AIDS drugs

  • Antiretroviral drugs table

  • Side effects of antiretroviral drugs

  • New antiretroviral AIDS drugs


  • Treatment access

  • Universal access to AIDS treatment: targets and challenges

  • AIDS, drug prices and generic drugs

  • AIDS-related infections

  • Stages of HIV infection

  • Treatment of opportunistic infections

  • Tuberculosis

  • Other treatment and care

  • Complementary, alternative & traditional medicine and HIV

  • HIV and nutrition


  • Treatment access

  • Universal access to AIDS treatment: targets and challenges

  • AIDS, drug prices and generic drugs

  • AIDS-related infections

  • Stages of HIV infection

  • Treatment of opportunistic infections

  • Tuberculosis

  • Other treatment and care

  • Complementary, alternative & traditional medicine and HIV

  • HIV and nutrition


Is there a cure for aids?

Worryingly, many people think there is

a 'cure' for AIDS - which makes them feel safer,

and perhaps take risks t

hat they otherwise wouldn't. However, t

here is still no cure for AIDS.

The only way to stay safe is to be aware of

how HIV is transmitted

and how to prevent HIV infection.


  • There is no cure for AIDS. There are drugs that can slow down the HIV virus, a

  • nd slow down the damage to your immune system. There is no way to “clear” the HIV out of your body.

  • Other drugs can prevent or treat opportunistic infections (OIs). In most cases,

  • these drugs work very well. The newer, stronger ARVs have also helped reduce the rates

  • of most OIs. A few OIs, however, are still very difficult to treat. See Fact Sheet 500 for more information on opportunistic infections.


Communication with Aids people down the HIV virus, a

Abstract Faced with the problems of HIV/AIDS,

people have to find ways to communicate 

around them.

The aim of this paper is to mirror changes over time in the Kagera people's social cognition regarding HIV/AIDS,

using their own language as a tracer of this process. 


Pathology of Aids down the HIV virus, a

The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was unknown until the early 1980's but since then has infected millions of persons in a worldwide pandemic.

The result of HIV infection is relentless destruction of the immune system leading to onset of the acquired...


Thank You down the HIV virus, a


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