The economic impact of aids in africa j stover l bollinger the futures group international march 1999 pdf 58kb the social impact of hiv aids in developing countries r danziger social science and medicine october 1994 vol 39 issue 7 pp 905 917 uganda the socio economic impact of hiv aids on rural families with an emphasis on youth. South african households are severely affected by human immunodeficiency virus acquired immunodeficiency syndrome hiv aids but health and economic impacts have not been quantified in controlled cohort studies. The impact of hiv aids on households is often assumed rather than quantified in discussions of the economic outlook of countries and regions and in the planning of appropriate national and subnational responses to the epidemic. The impact of hiv aids on household economy celia petty kerry selvester john seaman and james acidri march 2004 funded by dfid 2 assistance targeting hiv aids affected households in the area and was interested in using the findings of the report to inform its programme. Economic impact of hiv aids aids results in both the loss of income and increased spending on healthcare by the household the income effects of this led to spending reduction as well as a substitution effect away from education and towards healthcare and funeral spending
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