Impact of HIV/AIDS on household food and nutrition security

Economic impact and food security

Simple methods for monitoring the socio-economic impact of AIDS: Lessons from sub-Saharan Africa
T Barnett, P Blaikie. In: Cross S, Whiteside A. Facing up to AIDS: The socio-economic impact in Southern Africa. London, McMillan, 1993

The AIDS epidemic in Malawi and its threat to household food security
MM Mtika. Human Organization, 2001, Vol 60, No. 2, pp. 178-188

The demographic and economic impact of AIDS in Africa
Whiteside A, Stover J. AIDS, 1997, Vol 11 (Suppl. B), S55-S61

The economic impact of adult mortality in households in Rakai district, Uganda.
R Mann et al. In: Ainsworth M, Fransen L, Over M. Confronting AIDS: Evidence from the Developing World. Brussels, The World Bank and the European Commission, Official Publications of the European Communities, 1998

The economic implication of AIDS in Asia
D Bloom, JV Lyons. Delhi, Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, UNDP, 1993

The evolution and role of socio economic impact assessments in the policy process
S Forsythe, G Siegel, A Nyamete. International Conference on AIDS, July 7-12 1996, No. 11, pp. 402 (abstract no. Th.D.4972)

The macroeconomic impact of AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa M Over. Washington, DC, World Bank, Africa Technical Department, Population, Health, and Nutrition Division, 1992 (AFTPN Technical Working Paper, No. 3)

The social and economic impact of HIV on Thailand
Harvard University AIDS Institute, 1994 (The AIDS Report)

The spread of HIV/AIDS and its consequences in Africa: the United Republic of Tanzania experience
I Bazira. International Conference on AIDS, 7-12 August 1994, No. 10, pp. 441 (abstract no. PD0373)