3 edition of Simple methods for monitoring the socio-economic impact of aids found in the catalog.
Simple methods for monitoring the socio-economic impact of aids
by School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia in Norwich
Written in English
|Statement||Tony Barnett & Piers Blaikie.|
|Series||Discussion paper -- no.223|
|Contributions||Blaikie, Piers M. 1942-|
THE IMPACT OF AIDS ON PEOPLE AND SOCIETIES| REPORT ON THE GLOBAL AIDS EPIDEMIC 80 Chapter 04 THE IMPACT OF AIDS ON PEOPLE AND SOCIETIES In the approximately 25 years since AIDS emerged as a major health emergency, the epidemic has had a serious, and in many places devastating, effect on human development. In some countries, AIDS is. The objectives of the HIV/AIDS education component will be to: a) prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS by informing youths about HIV/AIDS, empowering them with the ability to make choices; and create the necessary motivation for behaviour change; and b) moderate the impact of HIV/AIDS on those already infected and on their families.
In this study of AIDS in Southern Africa, economists, demographers and health planners present methods of understanding the likely course of the disease, drawn from . Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s.
The Impact of AIDS may be accessed on the DESA Population Division World Wide Web site I. DATA, SOURCES AND METHODS Conceptual framework for the socio-economic impact of the HIV/AIDS. This training manual follows a systematic process of introduction to monitoring and evaluation (“M&E”) utilising the logical framework approach to project design. It is structured as a basic guide to M&E within projects designed according to the European Commission – EuropeAid Project Cycle Management Handbook, and there is significant.
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The Social Impact of AIDS in the United States: National Research Council, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Panel on Monitoring the Social Impact of the AIDS Epidemic: : Books. Skip to main : National Research Council.
Socio-Economic impact of HIV/AIDS on people living with HIV/AIDS and their families A study conducted by Delhi Network of Positive People ILO publications can be obtained through major book sellers or ILO local offices in many countries or direct from ILO Publications, International Labo ur Office, CH Gen Switzerland.
Simple methods for monitoring the socio-economic impact of AIDS:lessons from research in Uganda and Kenya. By T. Barnett and Piers Blaikie. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: University of East Anglia digital repository. Download PDF: Author: T. Barnett and Piers Blaikie.
About this book This study looks at the global plague which is threatening to engulf South Africa at a crucial moment in its history. Economists, demographers and health planners present a range of new methods of understanding the likely course of the disease, drawn from the most recent research.
Thus, in the committee established the Panel on Monitoring the Social Impact of the AIDS Epidemic, with the general mandate to study the social impact of the epidemic and to recommend how it could be monitored in order to contribute to the formulation of policies that might effectively deal with it.
the control group. We found that many of the differences in the socio-economic indicators that we studied between CABA and non-CABA were not significant. Therefore our results indicate a gloomy scenario for all the children. These results are consistent with existing literature which indicates that the impact of HIV and AIDS is exacerbated by.
"Epidemic" comes from the ancient Greek epi demos, meaning "upon the people or the community". The AIDS epidemic is having a profound effect on Americans and their communities, in areas ranging from public health to religion.
As many as 1 million people in the United States may be infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, but its ultimate impact will extend far beyond those individuals. Abstract This paper analyses the potential socio-economic impact of HIV disease in the Philip pines, with focus on the situation of two vulnerable populations: overseas contract Workers and sex workers.
The potential impact of HIV disease is examined in the context of recent developments in the Philippines, including the economic recession, widespread poverty and income inequality. order to document the actual socio-economic impacts of HIV and AIDS in key sectors including health, agriculture, transport, education and the governance, justice, law and order sectors.
This report sets a new milestone in the fight against HIV and AIDS in Kenya by providing for the first time a relatively comprehensive information package on socio-economic impact of HIV and AIDS across the key.
The Social Impact of AIDS in the United Statesaddresses some of the most sensitive and controversial issues in the public debate over AIDS.
This landmark book explores how AIDS has affected fundamental policies and practices in our major institutions, examining. Piers Blaikie's 8 research works with citations and reads, including: Simple Methods for Monitoring the Socio-Economic Impact of AIDS: Lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa.
the bottom up, focusing on the impact of HIV/AIDS on different social and economic institutions and highlighting its macroeconomic conse-quences.
The second, in contrast, takes a bird’s-eye perspective, address-ing how HIV/AIDS, through its microeconomic impacts, affects typical macroeconomic variables, and reviewing how this is captured in.
STRUCTURED METHODS Self-completion questionnaires have the advantage of being cheap, but are more suited to issues where there are only a few questions that are relatively clear and simple in their meaning, and the choice of replies can be limited to fixed categories.
They are especially useful in. vi Socio-Economic Impact of HIV and AIDS in Karnataka, India Loss of income of PLWHAs and caregivers 38 Support from Employers 43 Observations 43 CHAPTER 5 Impact on the level and pattern of consumption and savings of the households 47 Consumption patterns 47 Savings 64 Coping mechanism 72 Poverty South Africa is probably the most studied country with regard to the macroeconomic impact of HIV/AIDS.
Table 1 summarizes the studies done in and The ‘with AIDS’ scenario in each case assumed lower levels of production and a smaller labour force, direct and indirect costs to the business sector, higher government expenditure (particularly on health and social welfare) and.
Barnett T. et al. The social and economic impact of HIV/AIDS on farming systems and livelihoods in rural africa: some experience and lessons from Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia. Journal of International Development 7 (1), - The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Health Sector: National Survey of Health Personnel, Ambulatory and Hospitalised Patients and Health Facilities, Contributors: Olive Shisana, South Africa.
Department of Health, Human Sciences Research Council. Socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS on people living with HIV/AIDS and their families. In Prevention of HIV/AIDS in the world of work: A tripartite response; International Labour Office India Project. Delhi: International Labour Office. Google Scholar.
In the United States, children study the HIV/AIDS epidemic in primary school and learn HIV prevention methods in high school. Among some poor, illiterate populations in the severely affected countries of Africa, more people correctly identify sex as a means of HIV transmission than know that mosquitoes transmit malaria, the ancient scourge that kills almost as many Africans.
Five measures were analyzed, namely HIV/AIDS Cases perpopulation; number and percentage of adults age 15–49 living with HIV/AIDS virus; estimated number of AIDS-related deaths for adults and children; and percentage of male sexual transmitted disease patients diagnosed with HIV/AIDS (identified by canonical correlation as not.
Key design principles for project monitoring and evaluation 16 The limits of project management 20 The challenges of outcome and impact monitoring and evaluation 21 The role of leading indicators 22 Results-based monitoring and evaluation 23 Contemporary evaluation challenges and responses Economists, demographers and health planners present a range of new methods of ide - The Medical Costs of AIDS in Zimbabwe; - Simple Methods for Monitoring the Socio-Economic Impact of AIDS: Lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa; t & e - PART 5: FACING UP TO AIDS IN SOUTH AFRICA - Lessons from Tropical Africa for.change.
Monitoring the situation of children and women is necessary when trying to draw conclusions about the impact of programmes or policies. It also includes monitoring of the wider context, such as early warning monitoring, or monitoring of socio-economic trends and the country’s wider policy, economic or institutional context.