THE ROLES OF URBAN ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE ON SHALLOW GROUNDWATER , CASE STUDY JAKARTA INDONESIA
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The entire world is now suffering from so many fatal problems. One of the most such serious problems is HIV/AIDS . Its not only a very serious medical phenomenon but it is also a grievous problem from ethical perspective. According to Professor Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman, the Malaysian AIDS Council president, between 1986 and June 2005, a total of 62,597 men were infected with HIV and 9,106 men were diagnosed as AIDS patients in Malaysia. Most of the HIV -positive men are young adults aged between 20 to 29 years. Women , on the other hand , 4,941 were HIV-positive and 938 were living with AIDS. For the worldwide occurence, it was estimated that there were 1600 new HIV infections per day, which corresponds to 10 infections per minute. Prof. Dr. Mohd. Kamal Hassan, in one of his speeches said, "Religious authotities and community leaders must be the catalyst to transform the response to HIV/AIDS. We can no longer deny the fact that HIV/AIDS is growing problem in Muslim communities.