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ILL-The Political Economy of AIDS in Africa
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In South Africa (SA), the economic burden of ill health on households could potentially be severe, given that 30% of the global incident cases of TB-HIV co-infection occur in SA, which roughly equates to people being infected with TB per annum (Creswell et al., , World Health Organisation, ).Cited by: Aids in Africa: How did it Ever Happen? Kachere Series, Colleen O'Manique. Neoliberalism and the Aids Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa (International Political Economy Series). Palgrave Macmillan, Nana K. Poku and Alan Whiteside. The Political Economy of Aids in Africa (Global Health). Ashgate Publishing, Amy S. Patterson.
long-term economic growth in South Africa would decline percent per year due to HIV/AIDS. Recent research, however, suggests that these studies may be too optimistic. What they fail to consider. Evidence of ineffective foreign assistance is widespread in Africa. The debate on how aid can be effective and contribute to Africa’s development is, however, still ongoing without any clear way forward. This paper adopts a deductive approach to.
Dr Jason Hickel of the London School of Economics explains the economic drivers behind HIV transmission in southern Africa. Structural adjustment and free trade agreements cause high unemployment. HIV/AIDS is a major public health concern and cause of death in many parts of Africa. AIDS rates vary dramatically with the concentration in Southern Africa. Although the continent is home to about percent of the world's population, more than two-thirds of the total infected worldwide – some 35 million people – were Africans, of whom 15 million have already died.
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Sub-Saharan Africa is a region devastated by HIV/AIDS. The extent of the epidemic is only now becoming clear, as increasing numbers of people with HIV are becoming ill.
In the absence of massively expanded prevention, treatment and care efforts, the AIDS death toll Cited by: Sub-Saharan Africa is a region devastated by HIV/AIDS.
The extent of the epidemic is only now becoming clear, as increasing numbers of people with HIV are becoming ill. In the absence of massively expanded prevention, treatment and care efforts, the AIDS death toll on the continent is. The Political Economy of AIDS in Africa (Global Health) [Poku, Nana K., Whiteside, Alan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Political Economy of AIDS in Africa (Global Format: Hardcover. Get this from a library. The political economy of AIDS in Africa. [Nana Poku; Alan Whiteside;] -- "Through a critical and detailed exploration of specific case studies, this volume brings together an array of international contributors to redefine the political and economic contours of this.
Introduction: The political economy of HIV Deborah Johnston, Kevin Deane and Matteo Rizzo. Trapped in the prison of the proximate: structural HIV/AIDS prevention in southern Africa Bridget O’Laughlin.
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ISBN Cited by: The Political Economy of AIDS in Africa. Sub-Saharan Africa is a region devastated by HIV/ extent of the epidemic is only now becoming clear, as increasing numbers of people with HIV Released on: Features a collection of seven research-based articles on AIDS.
This work seeks to cut through popular misunderstanding and conventional ideas about the spread and impact of AIDS by employing a political economic perspective in the analysis of the epidemic in diverse by: Nattrass addresses South Africa's contentious AIDS policy from both an economic and ethical perspective, presenting:• a history of AIDS policy in South Africa• an expert analysis of the macroeconomic impact of AIDS• a delineation of the relationship between AIDS and poverty and the challenges it poses for development, inequality and social solidarity• an investigation into how a Cited by: ().
Political will, political economy & the AIDS industry in Zambia. Review of African Political Economy: Vol. 27, No. 86, pp. Cited by: 8. Get this from a library. The political economy of AIDS in Africa. [Nana Poku; Alan Whiteside;] -- "Sub-Saharan Africa is a region devastated by HIV/AIDS.
The extent of the epidemic is only now becoming clear, as increasing numbers of people with HIV are becoming ill. In the absence of massively.
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London: : Janu (age 77), Helensburgh, Scotland. Buy The Political Economy of AIDS in Africa (Global Health) 1 by Poku, Nana K., Whiteside, Alan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. This paper will provide a brief analytical overview of the current political-economy of South Africa.
It begins with an “In Brief” section: a snapshot of political institutions and social and economic indicators before addressing macro-economic. Another is that the epidemic is fueled by injustices. AIDS both exposes and exacerbates multiple fault lines of social and economic inequality and injustice, which in themselves are highly political.2An expanding AIDS epidemic reveals a political system’s weak points, whether at the national or the community by: Beyond the political economy of COVID, the most profound lesson of the moment is the recognition of the onesness of mankind, a moral asset needed in confronting the pandemic.
There are still. Her research interests include unemployment and economic policy in South Africa, the political economy of anti-retroviral treatment, AIDS policy and AIDS denialism in South Africa.
The origin of AIDS in Africa and discovery in America has strongly influenced how the epidemic is perceived and the international response to it. This course explores the behavioral, political and structural aspects of the epidemic, focusing on the hyper-epidemic countries of Southern Africa, but in a.
Aid, Democracy and Political Conditionality in Sub‐Saharan Africa. The European Journal of Development Research 5: 85 – Rossi, Enzo, and Sleat, by: 5. About this book Introduction O'Manique critically examines the evolution of the policy response to AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa through a feminist political economy lens, focusing on the relationship between neo-liberalism, the spread of AIDS and the hegemonic policy response.
This book analyzes successive governments' management of the AIDS epidemic in South Africa. The book covers the yearsusing expert thinking regarding public policy making to identify gaps in the public sector's handling of the epidemic.
It highlights critical lessons for policy makers and other public health managers.A Political Economy of Africa book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5.Preface Section I: Understanding Epidemics in Political Economic Context Chapter 1 The Political Economy of AIDS: An Introduction Merrill Singer Chapter 2 Images of Catastrophe: The Making of an Epidemic Shirley Lindenbaum Section II: Gender, Ethnicity and Class in AIDS Risk in the Inner-City Chapter 3 Articulating Personal Experience and Political Economy in the AIDS Epidemic: The Case .