AIDS, poverty, and hunger : challenges and responses / edited by Stuart Gillespie Gillespie, Stuart

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Gillespie, Stuart
AIDS (Disease) - Social aspects - Congresses.; AIDS (Disease) - Economic aspects - Congresses.; Nutrition policy - Congresses.
  • Machine derived contents note: Contents
  • 1. Aids, Poverty and Hunger: An Overview 1-1
  • Stuart Gillespie
  • 2. Socio-Economic Characteristics of Individuals Afflicted by AIDS-Related Prime-Age
  • Mortality in Zambia 2-1
  • Antony Chapoto and T. S. Jayne
  • 3. HIV/AIDS, Household Income and Consumption Dynamics in Malawi 3-1
  • Winford H. Masanjala
  • 4. Labour Market and Wage Impacts of HIV/AIDS in Rural Malawi 4-1
  • A. R. Dorward and I. M. Mwale
  • 5. An Enduring Or Dying Peasantry? Interactive Impact of Famine and HIV/AIDS in
  • Rural Malawi 5-1
  • Deborah F. Bryceson and Jodie Fonseca
  • 6. Understanding Rwandan Agricultural Households? Strategies to Deal with Prime Age
  • Illness and Death: A Propensity Score Matching Approach 6-1
  • Cynthia Donovan and Linda A. Bailey
  • 7. Chronically Ill Households, Food Security, and Coping Strategies in Rural Zimbabwe 7-1
  • Shannon Senefeld and Ken Polsky
  • 8. HIV/AIDS and the Agricultural Sector in Eastern and Southern Africa: Anticipating
  • the Consequences 8-1
  • Thomas S. Jayne, Marcela Villarreal, Prabhu Pingali, and Guenter Hemrich
  • 9. The Ecology of Poverty: Nutrition, Parasites, and Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS 9-1
  • Eileen Stillwaggon
  • 10. Stigma when There Is No Other Option: Understanding How Poverty Fuels
  • Discrimination Towards People Living with HIV in Zambia 10-1
  • Virginia Bond
  • 11. Scaling Up Multi-Sector Approaches to Combating HIV/AIDS 11-1
  • Hans Binswanger, Stuart Gillespie, and Suneetha Kadiyala
  • 12. Multi-Sectoral HIV/AIDS Approaches in Africa: How Are They Evolving? 12-1
  • Sarah Gavian, David Galaty, and Gilbert Kombe
  • 13. The Rural HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Ethiopia and Its Implications for Market-Led
  • Agricultural Development 13-1
  • C. Bishop-Sambrook, N. Alemayehu, Y. Assegid, G. Woldewahid, and B. Gebremedhin
  • 14. Aids and Watersheds: Understanding and Assessing Bio-Structural Interventions 14-1
  • Michael E. Loevinsohn
  • 15. Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS into Livelihoods and Food Security Programmes:
  • The Experience of CARE Malawi 15-1
  • Scott Drimie and Dan Mullins
  • 16. Measuring the Impact of Targeted Food Assistance on HIV/AIDS-Related
  • Beneficiary Groups: Monitoring and Evaluation Indicators 16-1
  • Kari Egge and Susan Strasser
  • 17. Junior Farmer Field and Life Schools: Experience from Mozambique 17-1
  • Carol Djeddah, Rog?rio Mavanga, and Laurence Hendricks
  • 18. HIV/AIDS, Nutrition and Food Security: Looking to Future Challenges 18-1
  • Tony Barnett
  • Annex: WHO Consultation on Nutrition and HIV/AIDS in Africa A-1.
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