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.
Pagare Maya & YewaleSakhu
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.
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.
• Implement new ns outside medical settings.
• Prevent new infections by working with persons diagnosed with HIV and their
• Further decrease perinatal HIV transmission
Prevention of HIV transmission from mother to child
Prevention of HIV transmission through blood
AIDS and sex education
HIV and AIDS treatment
HIV and AIDS care
HIV and AIDS drugs
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.
Abstract Faced with the problems of HIV/AIDS,
people have to find ways to communicate
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.
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...