HIV / AIDS and family well-being in southern Africa : towards an analysis of policies and responsiveness A brief synthesis paper

@inproceedings{Ferreira2004HIVA,
  title={HIV / AIDS and family well-being in southern Africa : towards an analysis of policies and responsiveness A brief synthesis paper},
  author={Monika Ferreira},
  year={2004}
}
Given endemic poverty, scarcity and multiple social ills in Africa, the HIV/AIDS epidemics may be the “last straw” for the peoples of southern African countries. As elsewhere in Africa, the subregion’s countries are beset by a wide range of economic, social and political problems besides the epidemics: extreme disempowering and debilitating chronic poverty; economic recessions, foreign debt, the effects of economic structural adjustment programmes and massive unemployment; underdevelopment and… CONTINUE READING

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