HIV/AIDS Statistics: Misleading?
You wake up one morning to news that 50 people have died in a road accident. Later in the day, it is clarified that only 10 perished, while the others were treated in hospital and discharged. Should the news source take credit for the 80 per cent reduction in fatality rate? Put another way, if the initial figures released on Aids last decade were erroneous, should they still be used to estimate the current prevalence and mortality rates? [Read More]
HIV/AIDS: A Setback to Small Micro Enterprises
Finance experts and Accountants have not brought in their expertise and this explains why the accounting procedures for the extra costs on business are not being captured. Most researchers have complained of lack of well organized data in Africa which hampers good planning. [Read More]