Helping people with HIV/ Aids. In Poverty?
Organized by: Ralph Richard
Child Poverty In Africa Thursday, May 12 ,2016 Hello and Welcome. HIV/AIDS continues to increase - 70 per cent of all new infections in the world. More than 140 million children in sub-Saharan Africa live in extreme poverty. Approximately one third of households the women are in charge. This is because many of the men labour and migrate constantly and HIV/AIDS is one of the major declines of the child care support systems. These conditions make it hard to live, 45 per cent of the population lives on just one dollar a day, that many of us help to support. This makes things hard for them to get the things they need most live expectancy of the people ranges from 40- 50 which when you think about it is a short time to live. But HIV/AIDS doesn't just effect the children with no family members, no blood relatives, no extended family members. No elders to care for them, they are lost and bereft in a cruel world, and no one seems to care. I know that if I was in this situation I would be scary to life, without anyone watching over me, to protect me from stuff. You see the young children, and see that all of the children are without food. They are hungry and if you look closely then you will see that may more be hide