Global Health Fund

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1. The WHO has __________ to spend on fighting TB, malaria, and AIDS.
a. $700,000,000
b. $70,000,000
c. $7,000,000

2. TB can be controlled by all of the following except:
a. childhood vacinations
b. good detection of those infected
c. antibiotics
d. close supervision of drug treatment

3. If something is financially feasible it is:
a. financially impossible
b. financially impractical
c. financially capable of being done

4. To reduce the prevalence of infection is to stop it from being widespread.
true false

5. Nets treated with insecticide can reduce the childhood death rate by:
a. 1/3
b. 1/4
c. 1/5

6. Ante-natal care is the medical care for:
a. children
b. pregnant women
c. elderly women

7. Malaria prophylaxis is a:
a. type of malaria. 
b. vitamin supplement to prevent malaria.
c. drug to prevent malaria.

8. If you dramatically reduce something:
a. you get terrible results
b. you decrease the amount effectively
c. you diminish it with a lot of emotion

9. The UN "targets" is another way of saying:
a. failures
b. desired results
c. budget

10. The spread and impact of AIDS is the effect that it has as it is transmitted.
true false

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