HIV, livelihoods, food and nutrition security

CONTENTS:
•Brief 1: Food Prices and the AIDS Response: How they are linked, and what can be done by Stuart Gillespie
•Brief 2: Linking Nutritional Support with Treatment of People Living with HIV: Lessons being Learned in Kenya by Elizabeth Byron, Stuart Gillespie, and Mabel Nangami
•Brief 3: The Effects of Increasing Rates of AIDS-related Illness and Death on Rural Families in Zomba District, Malawi: A Longitudinal Study by Pauline E Peters, Daimon Kambewa and Peter Walker
•Brief 4: Is Poverty or Wealth Driving HIV Transmission? by Stuart Gillespie, Suneetha Kadiyala and Robert Greener
•Brief 5: The Converging Impact of Tuberculosis, AIDS, and Food Insecurity in Zambia and South Africa by Virginia Bond, Mutale Chileshe, Busi Magazi, Clare Sullivan
•Brief 6: Experiencing Vulnerability in Southern Africa: the interaction of multiple stressors by Marisa Casale, Diana Chanika, Scott Drimie, Stuart Gillespie, Suneetha Kadiyala, Paul Msoma, Tim Quinlan, Gina Ziervogel
•Brief 7: Families’ efforts to secure the future of their children in the context of multiple stresses, including AIDS by Scott Drimie and Marisa Casale
•Brief 8: Global Environmental Change and AIDS: Assessing Effectiveness of Food Security Interventions to Multiple Stresses in Zimbabwe by Scott Drimie and Sithabiso Gandure
•Brief 9: Migration, AIDS, and Urban Food Security in Southern and Eastern Africa: Case Studies in Namibia, South Africa, and Ethiopia
by Scott Drimie
•Brief 10: What is the Potential of Cash Transfers to Strengthen Families affected by HIV and AIDS? A Review of the Evidence on Impacts and Key Policy Debates by Michelle Adato and Lucy Bassett
•Brief 11: AIDS Mortality and the Role of Natural Resources in Household Food Security in a Rural District of South Africa by Wayne Twine and Lori Hunter
•Brief 12: The Impacts of Adult Death on Child Growth and Nutrition: Evidence from Five Southern African Countries by Chiara Brunelli, Eric Kenefick , Futoshi Yamauchi
•Brief 13: Marriage, Schooling, and Excess Mortality in Prime-Age Adults: Evidence from South Africa by Futoshi Yamauchi
•Brief 14: Marriage Behavior Response to Prime-age Adult Mortality: Evidence from Malawi by Mika Ueyama and Futoshi Yamauchi
•Brief 15: Impact of Prime-Age Adult Mortality on Labor Supply: Evidence from Adolescents and Women in South Africa by Futoshi Yamauchi, Thabani Buthelezi, Myriam Velia
•Brief 16: Does the Role of Education in HIV Prevention Differ by the Epidemic Stage? Evidence from 14 African Countries by Mika Ueyama
•Brief 17: Gender, Food Security and AIDS in Internally Displaced People’s Camps in Uganda: Implications for HIV Responsive Policy and Programming by Paul Bukuluki, Firminus Mugumya, Stella Neema, Agatha Kafuko, and Eric Ochen
•Brief 18: Landownership and Food Security in Uganda: A study of land use and control among households of women living with HIV in four districts by Robert Kabumbuli, Jotham Mubangizi, Fred Kindi, James Ssebuliba

Published date: 
2008
Publisher: 
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
Series number: 
1-18
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