The evolving contexts of AIDS and the challenges for food security and rural livelihoods

The evolving contexts of AIDS
and the challenges
for food security and rural livelihoods

by B. Rau, G. Rugalema, K. Mathieson and L. Stloukal





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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acronyms   (Download pdf 208 Kb)
Acknowledgements
Foreword

1. Introduction   (Download pdf 128 Kb)

    Current epidemiology
    Structure of the paper

2. Impacts of HIV and AIDS on agriculture and   (Download pdf 188 Kb)
food security in rural societies: a brief review of the literature

    Introduction
    Insights from recent studies

3. The emerging contexts (Download pdf 290 Kb)

    The epidemiological context: a slowing momentum of the AIDS epidemic?
    The treatment and care context: growing availability of ART 32
    The emerging socio-economic context

4. Conclusion (Download pdf 206 Kb)

References (Download pdf 179 Kb)


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