Migration and AIDS.

@article{Decosas1995MigrationAA,
  title={Migration and AIDS.},
  author={Josef Decosas and Fadel Kane and John K. Anarfi and K D Sodji and H U Wagner},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={1995},
  volume={346 8978},
  pages={826-8}
}
A successful short-term solution to transmission of AIDS in Western Africa by migrants involves provision of accessible and acceptable basic health and social services to migrants at their destination. The aim is to establish a sense of security and community, which is a health requirement. When migrants are excluded from community life or victimized as carriers of HIV infections, they will be driven by basic survival needs and dysfunctional social organization, which results in the rapid… CONTINUE READING

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