Why the HIV/AIDS Pandemic is a Structural Threat to Africa's Governance and Economic Development

De Waal, Alex

2003

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  • Volume 27, Issue 2. Summer/Fall A peculiar feature of HIV/AIDS is that it contributes to unusually high levels of personal and economic stress, setting in motion processes of structural transformation. Seen as a threat to government power and national security, the epidemic calls for an agenda of restoring Africa to a progressive development path.
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