104 страниц. 2011 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing This book presents a critical understanding of two major types of widespread forms of infectious diseases, caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The social, economic, cultural and political determinants affecting the health and well being of populations around the world, specifically Sub-Saharan Africa, in relation to tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS are addressed. In this book, the following has been detailed: An account of tuberculosis and HIV co-infection in Sub-Saharan Africa (Causative agent, condition symptoms, history and epidemiology of tuberculosis; setting profile, policy and public health priorities; treatment or intervention options and management of TB/HIV co-infection); promotion of the infant formula use to prevent HIV transmission from mother to child in Western Africa and assessment of the use of condom to prevent HIV transmission within the East African community.