i) Promiscuity: Promiscuity is now the leading cause of the spread of HIV in the developing regions. Many people are having more than one sexual partner, and also prostitution is common in the regions (Hilary Heuler, VOA).
ii)Ignorance: Most people living in these regions are fully aware of the disease, but they continue to get involved in practices that fuel its transmission. This is ignorance, and it is adversely driving the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the whole world, not just the developing countries
iii)Illiteracy: The Third World countries have a large percentage of people who know very little about HIV/AIDS. Most people know the disease exists, but they lack information about its aspects
iv)Poverty: The developing world has a large population of people living in poverty. Most poor people are forced to do anything to earn a living, including engaging in sexual activities which are a high-risk factor for the disease.
v)Drug and Alcohol Use:
Drug and alcohol use is quite common among the youth in the developing regions. According to studies, there have been consistent new HIV infections resulting from sharing of injectors among the drug users in these regionsregions
i) Selfishness: It is a situation where a leader does not care about the needs of other people but about himself and things that will favour him.
ii) Party Interest: This is a situation whereby the interest of the party is placed above the views of other people on an issue irrespective of the benefits of the popular view of the citizens.
iii) Wrong Orientation: In developing countries like Nigeria, politics is seen as a quick way to success rather than avenue to serve people.
iv) Lack of Vision: Majority of political office holders lack the vision to serve the interest of the citizens.
v) Corruption and bribery: Through this, the leaders loot public treasury just to satisfy their selfish desires.
i)Justice is the legal or philosophical theory by which fairness is administered. The concept of justice differs in every culture.
ii)Courage is the choice and willingness to confront agony, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation.
iii)The dignity of labour, also known as the dignity of work, is the philosophy that all types of jobs are respected equally, and no occupation is considered superior.
i)Broaden your perspective. Being selfless starts with having the ability to see beyond your personal concerns and empathize with others, even those you’ve never met. If you’re constantly consumed by your own problems and status, you won’t have time or energy to act selflessly.
ii)Think about how other people feel. Empathy and selflessness go hand in hand. If you understand how someone else feels, you’ll be more likely to be moved to act selflessly toward that person.
iii)Be selfless even when no one notices. Selfless people don’t act with kindness and generosity with the expectation of getting credited for it. They do it because it’s the right thing to do, and because it feels good to help other people when you have the capacity to do so.
interpersonal relationship is a strong, deep, or close association or acquaintance between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring
iii)non verbal communication
We are fully ready to go. This examination is the first of its kind in the country for private candidates only.