Discussion Club Moderator<br>Elite Member
- Oct 30, 2000
I believe that is what I stated.:\It may but it could also be argued that HIV/AIDS is contributing to the poverty issues in Africa.
You have the obvious health care cost implications but you also have to consider the impact to families when income earners are afflicted and die as a result. Families may end up without income earners, children will abandon schooling to attempt to assist the family with finances and you also have situations where other family members will bring in additional dependent(s) due to the passing of a parent/parents.
This is all actually well documented in Africa.
The rest of his post is trolling:thumbsdown: