It is a longtime fact that HIV/AIDS has significantly lowered life expectancy, educational gains have been reversed, poverty elevated, and it has eroded economic progress. Other longer-time period results concern urban-rural disparities when it comes to all aspects of service and growth. If anything else, profound change – each negative and positive – has, and is, occurring as a direct results of HIV/AIDS. In my view, there are a variety of choices obtainable to not only accelerate the attainment of the various MDG goals, but additionally to enhance the effectiveness of diverse efforts.
Secondly, with exceptions, management at the macro-political leadership level is weak or absent when it comes to setting the social normative tone for the changes which are required. Instead, management tends to be overly involved with being seen to be cut from the same material as their constituents, versus leading these constituents via difficult changes. The …Continue Reading