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Tackling Vulnerability An Approach to Poverty Reduction: A Plain Language Guide to the 2002/03 Tanzania Participatory Poverty Assessment

"This booklet is a plain language guide to the Tanzania Participatory Poverty Assessment 2002/03 (TzPPA). The TzPPA study was commissioned by the Government in order to understand people’s vulnerability to poverty in Tanzania. Vulnerability refers t…

Mainstreaming of HIV and AIDS into South African Fisheries Policy

"This study set out to investigate the impact of HIV and Aids on selected fishing communities in South Africa. The goal of the research was to assist DEAT: MCM in mainstreaming HIV/Aids into fisheries policy through ethnographic and in-depth analysi…

Poverty Reduction Strategies Towards the Millenium Development Goals: Africa's Experiences and Lessons for Nigeria

"The ECA-sponsored African Learning Group on PRSP was established to facilitate African Peer Learning and serve as a mechanism through which Africans could ensure the relevance of the PRSP approach to the continents development challenges. This pape…

Poverty and Labour Market Markers of HIV+ Households: An Exploratory Methodological Analysis

"There are a number of causal studies that have been done on the relationship between poverty and HIV/Aids infection. Let us consider poverty not as a contributing cause of HIV/Aids infection, but rather as a reality of the infected individual. More…

Getting to Zero: The Importance of the UNAIDS 2011–2015 HIV/AIDS Strategy for South Africa

"Despite the good news that the HIV/AIDS rate is declining through the efforts of various world AIDS campaigns, South Africa is still at the epicentre of the pandemic. Along with reaching the global commitments to achieve universal access to HIV pre…

AIDS in Southern Africa Thoughts About its Possible Origins

"The truth about the origins of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) continues to be evasive. While hope is growing that the world might one day conquer this deadly virus, as evidence points to a declining trend in new infections, the question tha…

Human Rights under Threat : Four Perspectives on HIV, AIDS and the Law in Southern Africa

"The aim of this paper is to examine the existing HIV testing and counseling policies, particularly those aimed at the routine testing of individuals attending health institutions in the SADC region, and to consider the human rights implications of …

HIV AIDS and Human Rights in South Africa

"This report is a summary of national HIV/AIDS policies, strategic frameworks, legislation, guidelines and court cases in South Africa as they relate to HIV/AIDS and human rights. A national consultant in South Africa collected the relevant document…

HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Botswana

"This report is a summary of national HIV/AIDS policies, strategic frameworks, legislation, guidelines and court cases in Botswana as they relate to HIV/AIDS and human rights. A national consultant in Botswana collected the relevant documents, answe…

HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Malawi

"This report is a summary of national HIV/AIDS policies, strategic frameworks, legislation, guide-lines and court cases in Malawi as they relate to HIV/AIDS and human rights. A national consultant in Malawi collected the relevant documents, answered…

HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Mozambique

"This report is a summary of national HIV/AIDS policies, strategic frameworks, legislation, guidelines and court cases in Mozambique as they relate to HIV/AIDS and human rights. A national consultant in Mozambique collected the relevant documents, a…

HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Namibia

"This report is a summary of national HIV/AIDS policies, strategic frameworks, legislation, guidelines and court cases in Namibia as they relate to HIV/AIDS and human rights. A national consultant in Namibia collected the relevant documents, answere…

HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Zambia

"This report is a summary of national HIV/AIDS policies, strategic frameworks, legislation, guide-lines and court cases in Zambia as they relate to HIV/AIDS and human rights. A national consultant in Zambia collected the relevant documents, answered…

HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Swaziland

"This report is a summary of national HIV/AIDS policies, strategic frameworks, legislation, guidelines and court cases in Swaziland as they relate to HIV/AIDS and human rights. A national consultant in Swaziland collected the relevant documents, ans…

HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Zimbabwe

"This report is a summary of national HIV/AIDS policies, strategic frameworks, legislation, guidelines and court cases in Zimbabwe as they relate to HIV/AIDS and human rights. A national consultant in Zimbabwe collected the relevant documents, answe…

Nepad and HIV/AIDS: The contribution of South African Multinational companies to the continental fight

"The New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad) was launched amid much pomp and praise in 2001, and promised to usher in the economic emancipation of the continent and people of Africa. Nepad has been touted as the most important developmenta…

Impact of HIV/AIDS on Electoral Processes in Southern Africa

"This paper discusses the effects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on the electoral process. It is argued that there is not an aspect of life that seems untouched by this pandemic. A recent case study by Idasa in Zambia revealed that the country’s number o…

Aids in Southern Africa

"The 1990s will be the decade when the full impact of the AIDS epidemic will be felt in Southern Africa. It will hit all sectors of society and all aspects of life. Unfortunately, the governments in the region are generally not responding to the t…

Exploring Gender Issues and Men's Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS in Sub Saharan Africa

"This paper examines what seems to be bias in gender-based HIV/AIDS policy approaches and strategies in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa, which tend to marginalise men as potential targets for intervention strategies aimed at behavioural change.…

The AIDS epidemic in Southern Africa gains momentum

Aids took some time to reach Southern Africa. It seemed to be confined to the countries of Central Africa and the homosexual population of the west. In South Africa up to 1990 most of the aids cases were in the gay community however the numbers for …

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