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THE EFFECTS OF HIV/AIDS

 

Approximate Time:   60 minutes

 

Module Message HIV/AIDS affects the physical, emotional, moral, social, and economic well-being of the individual, family, community,  nation, and the world.

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Overview

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The HIV/AIDS epidemic is a serious threat to the health of all regardless of age, sex, social status, or race.  The loss of human life and productivity due to this disease is a deterrent to socio-economic development.

This module will enable one to understand the effects of HIV/AIDS on individuals, families, and society as a whole.  It also describes the impact of AIDS on the physical, emotional, moral, social and economic aspects of people’s lives.

Objectives

After studying the module, the participants should be able to:

1.    List the effects of HIV/AIDS;

2.    Classify the effects of HIV/AIDS;

3.    Explain the physical, emotional, moral, social and economic
 effects of HIV/AIDS to the individual, family, community,
 nation, and the world; and

4.    Discuss issues relating to HIV/AIDS.

 

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Content Outline

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1.    Effects of HIV/AIDS

2.    Classification of the effects of HIV/AIDS

3.    Issues relating to HIV/AIDS

 

Learning Activities

1.     Brainstorming on the effects of HIV/AIDS

2.    Group work on classifying the effects of HIV/AIDS

3.    Plenary Session

4.    Role Play

 

Evaluation

1.   Describe briefly the physical, emotional, social, moral and economic effects of HIV/AIDS on the:

a.    individual;

b.    family;

c.    community;

d.    nation; and

      e.    the world.

 

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