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    HIV/AIDS Awareness and Prevention Program

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    According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) (2013), research has shown that many young people between the ages of 13-29 are not concerned about becoming infected with HIV/AIDS and many of them do not know their HIV status. The CDC (2013) found that 39% of all new HIV infections affected young people between the ages of 13-29. Contraceptive Technology Update (2013) found that studies have shown that the greater the number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) contracted during the teenaged

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    Although I knew a little bit about blood borne disease before starting the nursing program, I learned much more as I started my career. I never really understood why the majority of people get infected with disease such as Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV) and Hepatitis C. It was made clear to me when I started my nursing career, that people who get infected with these diseases are drug users because they share needles with someone else. Even though there are several routes of transmission

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    Foreign Aid Programs are Good Politics

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    Americans have historicly had many outlooks on foreign relations and the country's proper place in them.  On one extreme is the idea that the US government should use it's power and influence as a globally acknowledged superpower to take a leading role in world affairs, to use it's military strength to help promote peace and stability.  The other side is that America is not the world's policeman, that we must put our own interests as a nation first.  The US Taxpayers Party, a recent addition to the

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    paper will be concerned with the issue of having needle-exchange programs (NEPs) in the United States, for the purpose of encouraging injection drug users (IDUs) to engage in safer practices. Specifically, this paper will address the question of whether or not such programs are a desirable policy for reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS. This topic was chosen because it is evident that something needs to be done to stop the spread of AIDS, a problem that has reached epidemic proportions in nations around

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    Budget for Terrorism

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    contribute to programs that offer monetary assistance to both those directly affected by the attacks and those suffering from the negative economic impact of the attack. Approximately $30 billion dollars will be allocated to these programs for the first 2 years of the budget. In the following three years the monetary aid will be decreased to $20 billion dollars and that money will be funneled into maintaining security concerns both at home and abroad. The second category of programs seeks to combat

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    Status Of Transition From Socialism

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    Product of only $300. High levels of population along with the proper training will allow Vietnam to effectively use its number one resource, people. Australia plays a key role in assisting Vietnam's economic growth and development through their aid programs. Economic reforms are changing Vietnam from an agricultural rich economy to a service industry one. Throughout the years, agriculture, as a percent of Gross national product, has decreased from year to year, while service and industrial are increasing

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    Politics and Poverty

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    that even though the rich stay rich, their wealth will eventually reach the poor and poverty-stricken. Liberal Ideology Liberals usually have the perspective that the government should help the people much more than they do presently, with more programs such as welfare (etc.). Liberals generally agree that the government should intervene, regulate, and promote the economy and ensure fairness in society always. Government policies are indeed needed and necessary for citizens to fulfill their daily

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    Delegation Paper

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    of the laws, regulations and procedures governing the administration of public assistance grants and programs and of interviewing and record keeping techniques to make decisions and complete tasks. Additionally, administrators and supervisors gradually gives more responsibility to eligibility staff for making independent determination of initial and continuing eligibility for applicants and program participants receiving public assistance within established guidelines and procedures so that eligibility

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    “hot spots for criminal activity,” the report said. Awareness about this topic began to grow with the passing of the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990. This act forced any college that was participating in a federal student aid programs to publish and distribute to its students and employees an annual report containing security policies and campus crime statistics for the university, the NIJ and BJS report said. The Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights was added to

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    receiving financial aid. A school can be dropped out of the student aid program. Under a current law, colleges and universities can lose access to student loan programs if they have default rate of 25% or above for 3 consecutive years. Institutions can also lose access to all programs, including grants, if the most recent default rate exceeds 40%. The Department of Education just released a list of more than 300 institutions that could lose eligibility for some or all student aid programs, and 144 schools

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