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PostSubject: HIV and drug abuse in India   Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:52 pm

This preoccupant and, at the same time, devastasing issue can't be avoided from the forum. HIV and drug abuse in India has been dangerously affecting its population, and therefore, bringing millions of deaths within the arrival of new years.
In India adult HIV prevalence has dropped from 0.45% in 2002 to 0.29% in 2008 to its lowest ever number of 2.27 million. All states except Andhra Pradesh are reporting less than 1% infection down from five states in 2002. However, unprotected sex ( 87% heterosexual and 1.5% homosexual )remains the biggest route of infection in India. Even though, while the world is focusing on using innovations in science, diagnostics and understanding the virus, India has chosen to stick to the tried and tested methods of controlling HIV.
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Wed Sep 29, 2010 3:57 pm

In the philippines, HIV is not a major issue,on a population of +/- 80 million there are only +/- 1,810 cases of HIV/AIDS reported,but we should be worried. Because birthcontrol is illigal in the philippines; the HIV-virus could be passed on easily. They expect an explotion of the HIV/AIDS in the next 10 years.
The population is growing, and following to this, the HIV/AIDS cases are to.
This is because of the birthcontrolissue in the philippines, where sex with protection is not an option. If they can even have access to a condom distributor, they still can't afford it.
Making birthcontrol, especially a condom, available for the population is a great step in to stop the spread of HIV.
If you make the condom a available reflex to the people, especially the poor population, then you can actually prevent the HIV-spread.
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Thu Sep 30, 2010 7:53 am

Delegates of India, this is a very good issue to start in your Freshmen year. You can be sure that Cambodia is going to be looking foward to it. In 2006 UNAIDS estimated that there were 5.6 million people living with HIV in India, which indicated that there were more people with HIV in India than in any other country in the world. In 2008 the figure was confirmed to be 2.31 million,21 which equates to a prevalence of 0.3%. While this may seem a low rate, because India's population is so large, it is third in the world in terms of greatest number of people living with HIV. With a population of around a billion, a mere 0.1% increase in HIV prevalence would increase the estimated number of people living with HIV by over half a million.
Here is the site the delegate found this information, http://www.avert.org/aidsindia.htm. Please try to be convincing in the solutions you will propose.
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Thu Sep 30, 2010 8:28 am

The delegate of Japan is here to state its preferential opinion that this resolution should pass, however Japan is still waiting for more information regarding this resolution for a former favorable argument to be placed in position. It is unquestionable though, that HIV and drug abuse are problems that should be issued to with the most urgency, and not only in India but in all countries of the world. So, nations of the Asian caucus, let's join together to give force to this resolution, supplying it with the clauses or benefits it needs and make it pass, for a world with more health and welfare of humans.
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Thu Sep 30, 2010 8:33 am

The delegation of Cambodia fully supports India´s Question of. The same problem is occurring in Cambodia. In 2007, about 6,000 deaths took place, making us preoccupied with this issue. This is a matter not to be ignored, let’s all join forces and discuss this resolution wisely.
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Cambodia
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:35 pm

What will India ask to do international community, since the issue is only addressing the country of India. The delegate of Cambodia fully supports the war against HIV and drug abuse in India, however all countries in Asia are developing countries.
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:53 pm

The Israeli delegation is in favor of this resolution! A suggestion for the delegates of India, try to put in your resolution that the government will make a program to give condons free, to the people, as it happens here in brazil by carnival's time!
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:26 am

HIV is terrible, it weakens your immune system and decreses your life expectancy. People should be aware that using condoms, don't use the same syringe (being it for drugs or medical care) and avoiding contact with someone else's blood is extremely important to keep citizens from this awful disease. A good sugestion is to create campaigns and propaganda to make the population aware of risks and methods to avoid it.
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:27 am

Free condoms are a very pleasant solution... Israel's delegation is in favor of this resolution
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:31 am

Now, for solving the problem of durg abuse, the best way is to intensify propaganda to show all the bad stuff behind drugs. Make children and young minds so that they don't get in this sad pathway of life. Also, double attention to education, this can help diminish drug dealing and, consequently, drug usage. Good Luck.
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Wed Nov 03, 2010 8:30 am

Delegate of India, do the HIV-infected citizens of India have any way to reach the anti-HIV cocktails?
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PostSubject: Re: HIV and drug abuse in India   Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:50 am

The delegate of Japan is now completely confused... Which one of the topics on the forum is actually that of India's? There are two topics, and the delegation of Japan is not sure which one of them is being actually discussed in caucus. Please clarify, so that we can have a more fruitful and be more prepared for the debate.

Thank you,
And remember to vote in favor of the G4 Movement, delegates of India, since it includes your nation as a permanent member of the UNSC.

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