The Multisectoral Impact of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic – A Primer

As the number of people living with HIV/AIDS continues to grow, the pandemic has affected many sectors of society, reaching well beyond its direct human toll. The Kaiser Family Foundation has prepared a primer on The Multisectoral Impact of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic, which explains this concept and summarizes key research assessing impacts to date in many of the worst affected countries, including effects on population structure and demographics, individuals and households, the public and private sectors, health, education, agriculture and food security, and the economy.

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