Nowadays, AIDS becomes more spreading worldwide in an enormous number. Few countries can counter this situation successfully. In East Asia, some states are influenced by it. There are many million people who carry this disease. Some people and sex workers have less education, support, and action to prevent HIV/AIDS. As I read from this source, clear and solid regulations are needed in this issue. This will be the main reason why this country is exposed to HIV/AIDS. We have to rely on several different reasons in the country.
The Background Study
Our internal business depends largely on this. In this way, we have moved to India in many different ways. Burma is just another neighboring country that is currently significantly affected by this situation. This indicator is not entirely responsible, but it can help to change behavior. If we want to prevent the first, we must emphasize that we must try to change sexual behavior. We have managed to get to know our vulnerable target groups and the main reason they become vulnerable.
Also, there is adequate medicine for venereal diseases, and that these diseases do not lead to death, but AIDS is very dangerous. There is no alternative approach to survive after the infection. It is easy to get the 4th surveillance document from last year that about 4% of IDU in Bangladesh are infected with HIV/AIDS. Still, after one year, when we see the first area of Dhaka city, which has increased to 8.9%, we get this report from the 5th surveillance document. This report will lower our social standards and seriously affect our economic condition. Our nation is in very bad shape, so we cannot deal with many people like this specific disease.
Therefore, we must take the necessary measures to stop it from increasing. We need a whole range of measures to raise public awareness about HIV/AIDS. We can influence our government’s ability to include details about HIV/AIDS in secondary and middle school programs.
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