1 edition of HIV/AIDS, food security and rural livelihoods. found in the catalog.
HIV/AIDS, food security and rural livelihoods.
2002 by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|LC Classifications||RA643.86.D44 H58 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.) :|
Livelihoods State of food insecuritry and vulnerability in Southern Africa: regional synthesis - November from the National Vulnerability Assessment Committee (NVAC) reports, April to June VAC. Food Security. Economic Impact. Poverty. Livelihoods. The impact of HIV/AIDS and drought on local knowledge systems for. HIV/AIDS, gender and rural livelihoods in sub-Saharan Africa - ISBN - Paperback (print only): $ Impact of HIV/AIDS on livelihoods. The effect of the AIDS epidemic on livelihood outcomes is profound and varied. International evidence reveals that household impacts of the AIDS epidemic are being felt at different levels (see Koestle, for cases from Malawi and Tanzania; Serpell, for Zambia and Bollinger, Stover, Kerkhoven, Mutangadura & Mukurazita, for cases Cited by: Launched in , the Regional Network on HIV/AIDS, Rural Livelihoods and Food Security (RENEWAL) is a growing network of networks made up of national food and nutrition organizations (public, private and nongovernmental) and partners in .
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HIV/AIDS, food security and rural livelihoods. AIDS worsens existing gender-based differences in access to land and other Africa,some of the traditional mech-anisms to ensure a widow’s access to land contribute to the spread of AIDS,such as the custom that obliges a.
There is hardly need these days to repeat that HIV/AIDS is devastating African societies and economies, threatening the hard-won human development gains of the past several decades. HIV/AIDS, food security and rural livelihoods | IFPRI: International Food Policy Research Institute.
"Impacts of HIV / AIDS on food consumption and wild food use in rural South Africa," Food Security: The Science, Sociology and Economics of Food Production and Access to Food, Springer;The International Society for Plant Pathology, vol.
8(6), pagesDecember. Orindi, V. & Huggins, C., Few crises have affected human health and threatened social and economic development like HIV/AIDS.
As infection rates continue to escalate around the world — particularly in countries with large rural populations and widespread small-scale agriculture — the pandemic is having a significant impact on food security and nutrition, creating a deadly cycle.
This paper discusses the impacts of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on agriculture, food security and rural livelihoods in Zimbabwe. It is based on research findings from a survey of secondary sources of data. The HIV/AIDS pandemic is significantly transforming the structure of rural families and communities in by: 1.
IMPORTANT CONCEPTS IN HIV/AIDS 19 The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Livelihood and Food Security 19 The Impact of Livelihood and Food Security on HIV/AIDS 20 5. LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS 22 General Livelihood Interventions 22 The Livelihood Pathway 22 Specific Livelihood Interventions for Households LocatedFile Size: 2MB.
Downloadable. This paper discusses the impacts of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on agriculture, food security and rural livelihoods in Zimbabwe. It is based on research findings from a survey of secondary sources of data.
The HIV/AIDS pandemic is significantly transforming the structure of rural families and communities in Zimbabwe. It is giving rise to single-parent, female and child. IMPACTS OF HIV/AIDS The impacts of HIV/AIDS on poor rural populations are many and intertwined.
The impacts can be felt most dramatically in entrenched poverty, food insecurity and malnutrition, in the reduction of the labour force, and in the loss of essential knowledge that is transmitted from generation to generation. HIV/AIDS has on food and livelihood security 1.
What this shows is that the impact is context specific. This study sets out to examine the effects of HIV/AIDS on food and livelihood security in rural Ethiopia.
The first HIV/AIDS case was detected in Ethiopia in Since then, ‘AIDS hasFile Size: KB. security in Africa. It deals with two major issues, namely (a) the impact of HIV/AIDS on agrarian livelihoods and how this can be mitigated and (b) the implications of a concurrent generalised HIV/AIDS epidemic and an episode of acute food insecurity.
HIV/AIDS has a severe impact on food security, affecting all of its dimensions: availability, stability, access, utilization. FAO recognizes that HIV/AIDS is a determining factor for, as well as a consequence of, food insecurity. Although the relationships among gender, food security and rural livelihoods have been acknowledged in the growing literature on HIV/AIDS impacts, relatively.
HIV/AIDS/ Livelihoods Linkages HIV/AIDS affects food security and livelihoods in very different ways for different households. The impacts will vary according to the assets of the household, its demographic composition and the circumstances in question, i.e.
whether they are affected by the chronic illness of a member, the recent death of a File Size: KB. Food Security, Livelihoods & HIV/AIDS: A Guide to the Linkages, Measurement & Programming Implications Michael O'Donnell.
Save the Children UK, August [PDF, K] Pocketbook on Integrating HIV/AIDS Considerations into Food Security and Livelihoods Projects Food and Agricultural Organization, UN, O’Donnell, M.
() Food Security, Livelihoods & HIV/AIDS: A Guide to the Linkages, Measurement & Programming Implications, Save the Children UK: London. Google Scholar Shah, M.K., N.
Osborne, T. Mbilizi and G. Vilili () Impact of HIV/AIDS on Agricultural Productivity and Rural Livelihoods in the Central Region of Malawi, CARE Cited by: 4.
'This book is a collection of cutting edge pieces of work on the complex, dynamic and uncertain interactions between HIV and rural livelihoods. The papers bring together the blends of practice, policy and research that public policy on HIV/AIDS demands and because of this they achieve the rare distinction of being both grounded and ground Format: Paperback.
impacts of HIV/AIDS on household food and livelihood security in rural Ethiopia. The study uses a variant of the Sustainable Livelihood Framework (SLF) developed by the DFID. Different food security indicators are also examined to assess how HIV/AIDS affects household food security.
The study was conducted in September in four. HIV/AIDS epidemic, it is crucial to address HIV/AIDS and gender equality in food security and livelihoods programming. This is particularly important in rural areas where improving the food and livelihood security of households can reduce women’s and men’s risk of HIV infection and mitigate against the impact of HIV/AIDS on rural households.
Regional Network on AIDS, Livelihoods and Food Security: Summary of Studies () December AIDS and Rural Livelihoods: Dynamics and Diversity in Sub-Saharan Africa November The Converging Impact of Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, and Food Insecurity in Zambia and South Africa February Final report.
has begun to shape HIV/AIDS mitigation and food security policies and programs of governments and development agencies (de Waal and Tumushabe, ). The NVF hypothesis suggests, inter alia, that HIV/AIDS is causing a decline in rural livelihoods and that the epidemic is making rural households more.
At the same time, HIV/AIDS precipitates and exacerbates food security and undernutrition by increasing medical-related expenditures, reducing work capacity, and jeopardizing household livelihoods.
HIV/AIDS, food security and rural livelihoods: understanding and responding. Mukherjee JS, Ivers LC, Leandre F, Farmer P, Behforouz H. Antiretroviral Therapy in Resource-Poor Settings: Decreasing Barriers to Access and Promoting by: The HIV/AIDS epidemic has become the major threat to rural livelihoods and human security, and more particularly to the livelihoods of women.
Therefore, this study was undertaken with the objective of exploring the implications of HIV/AIDS on rural livelihoods in the context of the existing gender disparities in Swaziland. Implications of HIV/AIDS for Rural Livelihoods in Tanzania: The Example of Rungwe District - Volume 50 Issue 3 - Adam B.
MwakaloboCited by: 8. The scale and incidence of HIV/AIDS epidemic in rural areas has been increasing in terms of the absolute number of people living with HIV/AIDS as well as potential victims.
The disease is undermining the human capacity essential to ensure food and nutrition security and eroding the basis for managing natural resources for sustaining livelihoods.
Land Ownership and Food Security in Uganda: A Study of the Use and Control of Land Among Households of Women Affected by HIV/AIDS in Four Districts Makerere University and National Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS The Effects on Rural Livelihoods of Increasing Rates of HIV/AIDS-related Illness and Death in Zomba South, Malawi Malawi.
HIV/Aids, livelihoods and food security. With increasing concerns regarding the impact of HIV/AIDS on people's livelihoods, there is growing need to reorientate agriculture, food and nutrition security programs to take account of HIV/AIDS, and to fill critical gaps in our knowledge where these exist.
Gender, HIV/AIDS and Rural Livelihoods Micro-Level Investigations in Three African Countries John Curry, Esther Wiegers, Alessandra Garbero, Shannon Stokes and John Hourihan* October Abstract HIV/AIDS has a severe impact on food security, affecting all of its dimensions: availability, stability, access, utilization.
The Livelihoods and Food Security Technical Assistance(LIFT) project provides technical assistance to United States Government (USG) missions and partners worldwide on the integration of food security and livelihoods strengthening, with HIV/AIDS interventions to sustainably improve the economic circumstances of HIV/AIDS-affected householdsFile Size: 1MB.
This chapter draws significantly from evaluations carried out by Renzaho and others in the areas of HIV/AIDS, livelihoods and agriculture, food security and nutrition and public health.
HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS, Gender, and Household Food Security: The Rural Dimension July Food insecurity HIV/AIDS Poverty GENDER INEQUALITY.
2 HIV/AIDS and gender equality in food security and rural livelihoods programming. (A toolkit to support CIDA staff working on initiatives related to food security and rural livelihoods) Inter-agency. Cropping patterns and household decision-making processes have experienced drastic changes.
Vulnerability of households to chronic food problems appears to be worsening. A sustainable future requires development planners to put HIV and AIDS at the centre of agricultural policy and rural livelihoods : Douglas Nyathi. Impact of HIV/AIDS on Local Farming Knowledge: Differences in the Cognitive Salience of Maize Crop Pests between Affected and Non-affected Adults and Children in Benin Adult Mortality, Food Security and the Use of Wild Natural Resources in a Rural District of South Africa: Exploring the Environmental Dimensions of AIDS mitigation of the impact of hiv/aids on rural livelihoods through low-labour input agriculture and related activities tony barnett & rachel grellier july a report submitted to the department for international development by the overseas development group uea norwichFile Size: KB.
'This book is a collection of cutting edge pieces of work on the complex, dynamic and uncertain interactions between HIV and rural livelihoods. The papers bring together the blends of practice, policy and research that public policy on HIV/AIDS demands and because of this they achieve the rare distinction of being both grounded and ground Price Range: £ - £ In sub-Saharan Africa, a negative impact of HIV/AIDS on both household food security and gender equality has been observed (Müller ).
A study on the implications of AIDS for household food. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages): illustrations: Contents: pt. Overview --Introduction --HIV/AIDS, gender, sexuality and power --Gender-specific impact of HIV/AIDS on rural households and livelihoods --HIV/AIDS as a threat to food security --Gender and care withing rural households --Gender and the issue.
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Livelihood insecurity, HIV and AIDS, and environmental change, including high climate variability, have negatively impacted the southern African region for the last decade. It is increasingly evident that there is a complex interplay of factors shaping rural livelihoods at various scales.
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The school meals programme began as a pilot in in Mbabane ans Manzini witha grant from Save the Children Fund - UK with additional funds coming in from Oxfam UK. At this time parents had to pay for the food.2 Impacts of HIV/AIDS on nutrition, food security and livelihoods In this section, we examine the type of impacts that HIV/AIDS may have on households and communities with regard to their food and nutrition security, in the context of their livelihoods, particularly with regard to rural populations dependent on agriculture.