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People living with HIV suffered more than any other suffering in the world. No food to eat, to be a refugee without support, wondering in the bushes without medication, with no hope and not knowing what to do. This is how the life of people with HIV/AIDS in South Sudan has been negatively impacted by the War which has caused too much harm. The government of South Sudan is faced with its continuous wars, insecurity on a daily basis, economic crisis, displacement to the neighboring communities in the the bushes of South Sudan without medication. Ministry of Health is run by the partners, the…mehr

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People living with HIV suffered more than any other suffering in the world. No food to eat, to be a refugee without support, wondering in the bushes without medication, with no hope and not knowing what to do. This is how the life of people with HIV/AIDS in South Sudan has been negatively impacted by the War which has caused too much harm. The government of South Sudan is faced with its continuous wars, insecurity on a daily basis, economic crisis, displacement to the neighboring communities in the the bushes of South Sudan without medication. Ministry of Health is run by the partners, the budget allocated from national budget is 2% only for Salaries likewise the South Sudan Aids Commission faces the same problem. HIV/AIDS is not a priority, the priority is War.
Autorenporträt
El Sr. Timayo Lole Laila Lole nació el 25 de noviembre de 1955. Es diplomado en Administración Pública por la Universidad de Juba. Su investigación se centra en el impacto negativo del VIH y el SIDA en las comunidades de Sudán del Sur.