M2A3 Foreign Aid Canada Additional information

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Module 2 – Assignment 3
Practice Case Examination
Additional Information
(Time Allowed: 4 hours)
Notes:
i)

Candidates must not identify themselves in answering the question.

ii)

All answers must be written on official answer sheets or in official electronic files.
Work done on the question paper or on the Backgrounder will NOT be marked.

iii)

Included in the examination envelope is a standard supplement consisting of formulae and tables that may be useful for answering the question.

iv)

Examination answer sheets MUST NOT BE REMOVED from the examination writing centre, except for the Instruction Sheet to Electronic
Exam Writer, if applicable. All used and unused answer sheets, working papers, Backgrounder,
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40,000
> 3,000 AIDS patients
< $700 per AIDS
$300
patient

The executive management team met in early January 2013 to brainstorm ideas and strategies for achieving the new mandate and targets. The following are excerpts from this meeting.
Dr. Green: The first order of business is to welcome Wayne Ryce, the newly appointed
Director, AIDS Projects. Wayne has extensive experience fighting AIDS in South Africa with an NGO that has recently ceased all operations. He has already done some preliminary investigation into potential projects. I expect that you will all give him your full support and cooperation.
Ryce: I’ve talked to some of the government officials from a few of the African and Asian countries where a high proportion of the population is affected by AIDS, as well as some
CIDA officials. They agree that the greatest need is for medical clinics to be established and operated in some of the rural areas where AIDS has significantly reduced the young adult population, leaving children in the care of impoverished grandparents.
These communities need to be educated in methods of preventing AIDS, and a significant proportion of their populations needs AIDS treatment. Another possibility for fighting AIDS is to send out travelling groups of health care workers to rural and remote areas so that they can test the local population for AIDS and dispense antiretroviral
(ARV) drugs to treat those who are afflicted. I’ll put together some details

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