The economic impact of AIDS: measuring the human and capital costs. Country focus: Kenya.


Kenya's National AIDS and STD Control Program (NASCP) estimates that by mid-1994 there were about 1 million people infected with HIV in the country. HIV seroprevalence levels among women attending antenatal clinics at urban and semi-urban sites rose from less than 2% in 1985 to 14% in 1994. It is projected that by the year 2000, 10% of adult Kenyans will… (More)