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Question by Elicha
Submitted on 8/29/2003
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I want the email address of the daily French newspaper "Liberation"

Answer by MELV'Z
Submitted on 12/8/2003
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Answer by coco
Submitted on 4/22/2005
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Answer by Khairul
Submitted on 10/31/2005
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I need france newspaper email address..

Mohammad Khairul Alam
"Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation"
24/3. M. C. Roy Lane
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Answer by Ms. Muslema Khan Bulon
Submitted on 2/23/2006
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Make no mistake; China's AIDS epidemic is growing.

Ms. Muslema Khan Bulon
AIDS researcher

AIDS cases were first identified in 1981,in the United States. Researchers have traced cases back to 1959. There are millions of diagnosed cases worldwide, but there is no cure. There are about thirty million people in the world who are currently infected with HIV. China is the world largest population country in the world. Potentiality, manpower & security were able to attract world famous investor. Many foreign investor, invest in here. So China plays an important role in the world markets.

By the way, AIDS epidemic is knocking the door. UNAIDS, WHO and Government, the study estimated that 650,000 people have HIV/AIDS in China, down from the government's 2003 estimate of 840,000 cases. The revision is due mainly to the earlier study's overestimation of the number of people infected through blood-buying schemes, said Deputy Health Minister Wang Longde.

The HIV/AIDS programme specialist Mr. Mohammad Khairul Alam said, “several social norms and immature behavior fueled of this disease to scatter rapidly. There are several social components link to develop this harmful situation. Poverty-behind to force it, Gender discrimination plays a vital role; Frustration & risk behavior help to sink humanity resulting infection. The link between poverty & gender discrimination are help to decline socio economic prosperity. This link creates several anti social poisonous issues also. Such as trafficking to prostitute, sell sex for earn or living, break down family norm to create frustration and driven drug point. We notice easily that Illiteracy is the main watchword of all circumstance. So it is not easy to remove it from the society, several programs & strategy are needed to gain sustainable position”.

UN officials said the new figure is more accurate than past estimates in part because more surveillance sites have been set up during the last two years. The figure is within an estimated range of 540,000-760,000 HIV/AIDS cases, UN officials said.

Of the 25,000 people who died of AIDS in China last year, 10,000 acquired their infections through blood-buying schemes, said the Health Ministry. The high mortality comes despite estimates that those infected through blood-buying, mostly poor farmers, comprise a small proportion of total AIDS cases in China.

"Make no mistake, China's AIDS epidemic is growing," said Hank Bekedam, WHO's chief China representative. "With an estimated 70,000 new infections in 2005, the epidemic here shows no signs of abating." "The new numbers should not mask the fact that HIV infections are on the rise. we fear the number of new infections this year will be even higher and this trend could continue in the future," Bekedam said.

The Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation identified four major approaches in a groundbreaking study on spread out HIV in Asia. This study undertook by comparing of social-economic norm, family pattern, economic dependency, cause of mounting sex industries, gender discrimination status & global analysis fact. There are four factors that appear to play a crucial role in HIV transmission in Asian Countries: Injection/ intravenous drug use (By sharing needle), female sex work (Due to lack of safe sex knowledge), gender discrimination (which indirectly force females commercial or non-commercial sex), Same sex/ homosexually/ Hizra (Due to lack of HIV/AIDS information, because they act invisible in this society). Poverty & illiteracy fueled it proportionally.

About half the 70,000 new infections were sexually transmitted, while most others were acquired through intravenous drug use, the study said. The number of sexually transmitted cases exceeded the number of cases through IDU, worrying officials that the epidemic has moved into the general populace, and it has killed many people. So people need to be more aware and protect themselves so they don't become another statistic, because HIV and AIDS are serious, deadly, and they will be with us for a long time. There will not be a cure found anytime soon, but hopefully there will be a cure found. We have to think AIDS couldn’t backward the present development in China.  

References: Agence France Presse, Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation.


Answer by Al-Haz Dr. M. A. Matin
Submitted on 3/22/2006
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AIDS is a three dimensional disease

- Al-Haz Dr. M. A. Matin -
- Principal Section Officer -
- Institute of Social welfare and Research -
- Dhaka University -
- motin.dhaka@gmail.com -

After Twenty years, the first clinical evidence of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) was reported, AIDS has become the most harmful disease humankind has ever faced. Since the start of the epidemic, more than 60 million people have been infected with the HIV. Some worst effected region of sub-Saharan Africa where HIV/AIDS is now the leading cause of death.

The environmental closeness of Bangladesh to Myanmar and consequently, the Golden Triangle drug trail has made it a major transit route for drug smuggling and its easy availability in the area. However, the transmission route of HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh is no longer confined to the IDUs but spreads further to the female sexual partners of IDUs and their children. This is not surprising as women are mostly vulnerable to HIV infection and other sexually transmissible diseases because of geographical and socio-cultural factors including economic, educational and legal discrimination and unequal gender relations.

Women are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. Biology and gender inequality conspire to drive the spread of the disease, and forces women to bear the brunt of the social and economic costs. Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation have found that male to female transmission appears to be 2 to 4 times more efficient than female to male transmission, because semen contains a far higher concentration of HIV than vaginal fluid. Young girls are particularly vulnerable. Their immature cervixes and low vaginal mucus production presents less of a barrier to HIV, all of which have been seen in many settings to be contributing factors to the rapid spread of HIV.

People with AIDS are mainly prone to developing various cancers, particularly those caused by viruses such as Kaposis sarcoma and cervical cancer, or cancers of the immune system known as lymphomas. These cancers are usually more harmful and difficult to treat in people with AIDS. Signs of Kaposis sarcoma in light-skinned people are round brown, reddish, or purple spots that develop in the skin or in the mouth. In dark-skinned people, the spots are more pigmented.

Children with AIDS may get the same opportunistic infections, as do adults with the disease. In addition, they also have severe forms of the bacterial infections all children may get, such as conjunctivitis (pink eye), ear infections, and tonsillitis.

In children younger than 13 years, the definition of AIDS is similar to that of adolescents and adults, except that lymphoid interstitial pneumonitis and recurrent bacterial infections are included in the list of AIDS-defining conditions.

In many developing countries, where diagnostic facilities may be minimal, epidemiologists employ a case definition based on the presence of various clinical symptoms associated with immune deficiency and the exclusion of other known causes of immunosuppression, such as cancer or malnutrition.

Many people are so debilitated by the symptoms of AIDS that they cannot hold steady employment nor do household chores. A small number of people first infected with HIV 10 or more years ago have not developed symptoms of AIDS.

AIDS researcher Mr. Mohammad Khairul Alam said, HIV/AIDS is a three dimensional disease. It spreads out by three major causes:- such as unconscious or unsafe sexuality, blood exchange(needle) /transfusion for patients, infected mother to child. HIV/AIDS direct by impact on the human body - it paralyzes the physical condition, psychological morbidity and destroys social value. It also wipes out three things, such as it affects adults in their productive prime, severely hampers economic growth of person, and hampers his family, at last by rotation it destroys countrys progress. Every one can protect it by avoiding risk behavioral sex (multi-partner sex, unsafe sex practice etc), by avoiding injectable drug (needle sharing is a burning cause of it), by avoiding getting blood without test. Nation wide programme is also needed to take three major strategies: - top to bottom awareness programme of HIV/AIDS, gender discrimination programme to ensure girls and women rights, poverty reduction programme.

References: Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation, UNAIDS


Answer by iris
Submitted on 9/1/2006
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i don't have account


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