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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................3Methods..........................................................................................................................................3Eligibility of Articles and Article Selection.....................................................................................4Inclusion Criteria.............................................................................................................................5Exclusion Criteria............................................................................................................................5Protocol for Abstract/ Title Screening.............................................................................................5Protocol for Full Text Review..........................................................................................................6Quality Analysis...............................................................................................................................6Data extraction................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES.....................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONSub-Saharan Africa is the hardest hit region which accounts to nearly 89% of total deathscaused due to various communicable and non-communicable disease every year. Theepidemiological data of Sub-Saharan Africa in 2015 reported that 92% of death are caused due tomalaria and 75% and 30% of death toll rises due to AIDS and tuberculosis respectively. The severehuman and socio-economic impacts are responsible for these diseases (Egger, Ekouevi and Dabis,2012). As a result businesses are experiencing shortage of skilled workers and families are losingtheir members because AIDS/HIV and tuberculosis affects individuals in the productive years oftheir life.The Sub-Saharan Africa has successfully battled malarial parasites and tuberculosis in therecent time but the increasing rate of AIDS in African individuals have increased the death toll inrecent years. Due to insufficient funds and healthcare facilities, diseases have become morechallenging. Even if progress is made against a particular disease, they develop the abilities torebound in later stages of life. There are various other reasons which are responsible forcomplicating these diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa (Deeks, Lewin and Havlir, 2013). They are weakand insufficient healthcare systems, shortage of health professionals and prevention efforts.It is important to increase the facilities of healthcare in order to strengthen the ways to tackleinfectious and non-infectious diseases effectively.Review objectiveTo systematically examine the abstractive framework for the analysis of the impact of HIV/AIDSepidemic on the reproductive behaviour of individuals residing in Sub-Saharan Africa. The analysiswill be based on different array of empirical data obtained through researches and variousqualitative and quantitative studies.MethodsArticle IdentificationThe objectives of the ongoing study will be met by searching various healthcare articles such asPubMed, Web-MD, Medline, Global health library, Google scholar, Emerald insight.TERM 1HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan AfricaTERM 2ELISA for AIDSTERM 3Chronic and epidemic disease.TERM 4Viral infections and STD'sTERM 5T-cells and HIV infection
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