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These are some of the reasons why the St. Elizabeth University is taking part in healthcare projects in developing countries which are fighting with HIV virus.


What the statistics say about HIV/AIDS

    • 40 000 000 people in the world are HIV positive.
    • 25 000 000 of them live in Africa.
    • 10 000 000 children and adolescents are suffering from HIV.
    • 17 000 000 orphans from parents who died from AIDS.
    • 1 000 000 die of AIDS every year.
    • 3 000 000 people died since HIV/AIDS was discovered.
    • 50% of newly infected are adolescents every year.
    • In sub-Saharan Africa, AIDS is the most common reason for death of those aged from 15 - 49 years.
    • Africa has 15 000 000 orphans of parents who died from AIDS.
    • 80 % of those infected are women
    • The death rate of those suffering from AIDS in countries of the third world is almost 100%, while in the rich countries of the West the death rate is lower than 10%

Projects in Africa

Projects in Asia

Projects in Europe