Migration, Marital Change, and HIV Infection in Malawi

@article{Anglewicz2011MigrationMC,
  title={Migration, Marital Change, and HIV Infection in Malawi},
  author={Philip Anglewicz},
  journal={Demography},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={239-265}
}
Research on the relationship between migration and HIV infection in sub-Saharan Africa often suggests that migrants are at higher risk of HIV infection because they are more likely to engage in HIV risk behaviors than nonmigrants, and they tend to move to areas with a relatively higher HIV prevalence. Although migration may be a risk factor for HIV infection, I instead focus on the possibility that the HIV positive are more likely to migrate. Using a longitudinal data set of permanent rural… CONTINUE READING

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