Jimoh, Akin
May 2001
Dollars & Sense;May/Jun2001, Issue 235, p16
Discusses the AIDS pandemic in Africa. Percentage of the total population of Africa infected with HIV; Factors that contributed to the prevalence of AIDS in the country; Details on AIDS prevention campaigns in Uganda; Protest of AIDS activists and HIV-positive youths in Pretoria, South Africa against the high cost of AIDS drugs.


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