Hiv/Aids in sub saahran africa

Logan Koch / Sorell

This is my school work for HIV and aids in subsarhan africa

This is a date when people get notice

Friday, Feb. 7th, 11pm


National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Friday, February 7

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a chance to get more involved in getting the word out that HIV is preventable and treatable. With greater awareness about how the disease is spread and how to avoid risky behaviors, people can reduce their chance of infection. With appropriate treatment and medication, people living with HIV can live long and productive lives and manage their disease like other chronic illnesses. That's why it's so important for everyone to get screened for HIV and to know their HIV status.

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The graph above shows the amount of people in each sub Sarahn country that use condoms

Even tho they could stop the spreading of HIV and aids they don't use them as much as they should

The graph is from 2012 November 30th

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