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Record number 344763
Title HIV/AIDS and human development in sub-Saharan Africa : impact mitigation through agricultural interventions : an overview and annotated bibliography
Author(s) Müller, T.R.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers (AWLAE series no. 3) - ISBN 9076998507 - 131
Department(s) Sociology of Consumption and Households
MGS
Publication type Scientific book (author)
Publication year 2005
Keyword(s) plattelandsontwikkeling - acquired immune deficiency syndrome - humaan immunodeficiëntievirussen - landbouwsector - epidemieën - volksgezondheid - interventie - afrika ten zuiden van de sahara - rural development - human immunodeficiency viruses - agricultural sector - epidemics - public health - intervention - africa south of sahara
Categories Rural Development
Abstract This last part of the AWLAE series on HIV/AIDS and agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa focuses on the epidemic as a challenge to human development in general and rural development in particular. In the face of the impact of the epidemic as described in parts one and two of the series, the agricultural sector can potentially play an important role in mitigating some of its effects. Strategies for agricultural intervention are of particular importance in sub-Saharan Africa, given the fact that most of the countries hardest hit by the epidemic are heavily reliant on agriculture. Different agricultural sector based mitigation strategies are discussed. It is further argued, however, that such interventions need to be complemented by interventions from the health and other sectors, in particular by treatment regimes including access to antiretroviral drugs. The text is followed by an annotated bibliography.
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