4 edition of HIV/AIDS, gender inequality and rural livelihoods found in the catalog.
HIV/AIDS, gender inequality and rural livelihoods
Includes bibliographical references (p. 105).
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Zambia)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||2008346512|
Gender-based violence and gender inequality, for example, heightens the vulnerability of women and girls to HIV infection, particularly where access to education, age-appropriate HIV information as well as sexual and reproductive health services necessary to prevent HIV infection are unavailable or . Gender Inequality is a key driver of the HIV epidemic Women can face barriers in accessing HIV prevention, treatment and care services due to limited decision-making power, lack of control over financial resources, restricted mobility and child-care Size: 58KB.
Reducing inequality is Zambia’s principal development challenge. By some measures, the situation is actually getting worse. The Gini coefficient, as a measure of income inequality, increased from in to in This resulted from worsening income inequality in rural areas, which rose from in to in File Size: 1MB. HIV is not only driven by gender inequality, but it also entrenches gender inequality, leaving women more vulnerable to its impact.4 The gender inequalities in some regions result in an even starker diﬀerence between the way HIV aﬀects men and women. For example, in East and Southern Africa, young women ( years) will. Gender inequality is not new in traditional African society. This is in fact, not very much than it is now asserted in different countries. At present, in Africa mostly violated and then comes the rest of the world where gender inequality is perceived to bloom. Injustice given to the women seems to be increasing.
Culture and context of HIV prevention in rural Zimbabwe: The influence of gender inequality. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 16, Duh, S. V. (). Blacks and AIDS: Causes and origins. The linkage between the socio-economic inequality and HIV outcomes was analysed using data from a population-based household survey that employed multistage-stratified sampling. The goal is to help refocus attention on how HIV is linked to inequalities. A socio-economic index (SEI) score, derived using Multiple Correspondence Analysis of measures of ownership of durable assets, was Cited by: Women want to have access to information and to engage in communication that will improve their livelihoods and help them to achieve their human rights, yet, due to gender inequality in the information society, they are often prevented from accessing and shaping ICTs.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedContributions are drawn from a diverse group of academics pdf activists who examine how the epidemic intersects with politics, society, culture, and the economy in South Africa. The book addresses the effects on human rights, gender inequality, prisons, the military, the education sector, rural livelihoods, and the orphan crisis.Buy HIV/AIDS, Gender and Rural Livelihoods in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Overview and Annotated Bibliography (AWLAE: African Women Leaders in Agriculture and the Environment) by Tanja R.
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