"In the resource scarce environments of HIV/AIDS affected communities there is a clear need to identify alternative, affordable and accessible health care and nutrition options for families that fit within their financial and human resource realities. Families living with HIV/AIDS are under extreme stress as they struggle to meet their health and nutritional needs, particularly if they have limited financial means.
... we identified the most common conditions occurring in HIV-affected families and then collected herbal recipes they were using to help in the treatment and management of those conditions...
Through this process we came to realize that the same illnesses affect children and adults irrespective of their sero-status, so we extended our attention beyond HIV to include practical advice that all Kenyan families can use. The result is a 194-page book structured so that readers with low literacy levels are able to use if with ease. ..."
See also the Plumpy'Nut. Andrew Maniotis talks about it HERE too
For more info about "AIDS" in Africa visit this link: AIDS Wiki - Africa
Then do more research on your own and you'll find more stuff like these:
- The global HIV industry is too big and out of control. We have created a monster with too many vested interests and reputations at stake!
- How exaggerated claims for the scale of the HIV epidemic (and the risks of wider spread) enable authorities to claim the credit for subsequently lower figures!
- “But you can’t get a grant to do anything over there, unless it has the words “HIV/AIDS” in the title.”
- "Beneath us, Africa was disappearing, as we climbed higher and higher into the sky."