Investment Priorities in Leisure, Recreation and Sports and it's Impact on the Spread of HIV/AIDS in Nairobi Province
Participation in sports comes to an abrupt end on the completion of high school. This can be attributed to lack of facilities and motivation. Some researchers have attributed this to lack to increased HIV/AIDS infections. Investors in Leisure and Recreation find it cheaper to put up bars and night clubs as.a quick return on their capital. This offer passive entertainment such as alcohol consumption and dancing. To keep the customers from learning Sex is increasingly portrayed as desirable as the alcohol takes effect. This offers an explosive stage for promiscuity and therefore HIV/ AIDS infection. This paper alms at examining this disparity in investment and promotion of active sporting and recreational facilities and its impact on the spread HIV/AIDS.