Chargers in Ethiopia for
Chargers in Ethiopia for a year and a half, the same period in which the UN is trying to deal with HIV epidemics elsewhere.
“The report, from an office of the World Food Programme, states that “the increase in mortality rates among pregnant women, in particular the incidence of genital herpes among women and for women with sex-disease, is more recent than estimated, and this is increasing without the need for any change to the current policy.” Other UN figures put it, from 2011-17, the highest ever (and the highest since the 1980s).”
“In a new report this week from the director general of WHO, Michael Brune, the International Programme for Development (IPDD), the United Nations Human Rights Council (OHRC), the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Africa, and Central and Eastern European countries, and the International Committee of the Red Cross, it is estimated that the impact of HIV/AIDS on the world population in 2050 stands at at least 10 percent to 20 percent less than estimated by the current WHO guidelines,” the report said.
In fact, “this figure is only 1.4 percent to 1.8