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The Intersection of Human Capital, Gender and HIV/AIDS in the African Context (Angewandte Genderforschung. Gender Research Applied)
November 20, 2006
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Ingelore Welpe (Editor), Philip Owino (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
HIV/AIDS, Gender, Human Security and Violence in Southern Africa edited by Monica K. Juma, Jennifer Klot In the 10 years since the United Nations Security Council's first resolution on HIV/AIDS, the pandemic has had far-reaching implications for human security. Gender-Based Entitlements and Agrarian Change 43 Gender in the Informal Sector 47 The HIV/AIDS Pandemic: Sexual Entitlements, Health Entitlements and the Burden of Care 49 Child Development Outcomes 52 Conclusion 57 Chapter 3 Human Mobility and Human Trafficking in Africa: Diversity in Practice and Tension inFile Size: 1MB.
The theoretical framework of this research focuses on the intersection between HIV/AIDS, gender inequality and gender violence, and more specifically, on certain cultural practices and customs that contribute towards and exacerbate women’s subordination and inequality, which in turn, increase women’s exposure to become infected with HIV. Situated at the intersection of these different representations, closely linking gender, HIV/AIDS, sex work and respectability, beer promoters had highly marginalised social identit ies. This made it.
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Sexuality norms and traditional African gender roles remain tabooed. HIV/AIDS is spreading unhampered along the gender route, erasing Africa’s most valuable resource – young women and young men. Rewarding this silence is the unaffordable loss of human capital which is needed by the sub-Saharan African region for sustainable development.
The Intersection of human capital, gender, and HIV/AIDS in the African context. [Ingelore Welpe; Philip O Owino;] "This book is the result of a summer school meeting titled 'Crisis Prevention and Capacity Building for HIV/AIDS Peer Counseling' hosted by Kenyatta University and held in Nakuru, Kenya, from 2nd to 9th May, "--Foreword.
Author(s): Welpe,Ingelore; Owino,Philip O Title(s): The Intersection of human capital, gender, and HIV/AIDS in the African context/ Ingelore Welpe, Philip Owino (eds.).
Country of Publication: Germany Publisher: Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Peter Lang, c Data support the need to address not only HIV/AIDS and IPV, but also their intersection: For women living with HIV/AIDS, violence is especially prevalent: in a meta-analysis, over half of women living with HIV had experienced IPV, considerably higher than the.
Gender and HIV/AIDS: UNAIDS Technical Update September UNAIDS Technical update the names of proprietary products are distinguished by initial capital letters. Gender roles and relations have a significant influence on the course and impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
A gender-based approach to understanding HIV/AIDS examines the ways in. The Relationship Between Gender Inequality and HIV/AIDS in Africa A Senior Project presented to to enlighten on some key components of African life including gender inequality, the role of As Donald Snow discusses this issue of inattention in his book, Cases in International Relations: Portraits of the Future, Third Edition, he reveals.
Karriereagenda Fuer Frauen by Ingelore Welpe,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Gender Politics of HIV/AIDS in Women fills crucial gaps in understanding the specific effects of HIV and AIDS on and in women's lives. It takes as its starting point the premise that it is vitally important for researchers, teachers, health service providers, public policy makers, and community-based organizers to begin taking gender Format: Paperback.
Gender inequalities in HIV/AIDS. Table 1 reports response rates, samples size and prevalence of HIV/AIDS by gender, country and survey year. Women had a significantly higher prevalence of HIV/AIDS than men in all countries and years sampled, apart from Burkina Faso in andMali inNiger inSao Tome & Principe in /09, Senegal in and Sierra Cited by: Gender and HIV/AIDS – the Human Rights and Security Perspectives Sharifah H.
Shahabudin. INTRODUCTION. The seriousness of the HIV/AIDS pandemic has. The Series Angewandte Research Applied provides German and English monographs on gender and diversity research in organizations. The series has a transdisciplinary approach, and it focuses on gender and diversity issues in organizations.
It incorporates findings from sociology, psychology, business administration and medicine, and provides input on how theoretical.
Almost thirty years later inthere has been a three-way shift in the race, gender, and sexual orientation of the demographic group with the highest incidence rate of HIV: from Caucasian, homosexual, men in the ’s to African American, heterosexual women in present day.
That’s a pretty remarkable shift to consider. Gender Sensitive HIV/AIDS Education • 1 HIV/AIDS Education: A Gender Perspective Tips and Tools ties and resources within the context of the distribution of power between women and men.
A gender perspective is a critical tool gender and human rights goals. Combining gender and rights in. The Interrelationship Between Gender-based Violence and HIV/AIDS in South Africa By Chineze J.
Onyejekwe Abstract This paper focuses on how gender-based violence intersects with HIV/AIDS in ways too devastating to be ignored. Women’s subordinate position is linked to poverty, sexual abuse/rape, and the risk to women in long-term union. Human rights and HIV/AIDS are inextricably linked.
A lack of respect for human rights fuels the spread of HIV and exacerbates the impact of the epidemic on children and families. At the same time, HIV undermines progress in the realization of human rights and. Introduction. The past two decades Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), and in particular Southern Africa has been the world region most devastated by HIV/AIDS and ds, F, Kelly, M.
J and Tournier, B. () IIEP Brief for Planners, HIV and AIDS: Challenges and Approaches within the Education Sector. iv | inteGrAtinG Gender issUes intO Hiv/Aids PrOGrAms: An UPdAted OPerAtiOns GUide 4: Examples of HIV/AIDS and Gender Issues and Concerns in Two Critical Sectors.
36 5: Institutions and Leadership Roles Regarding Gender Concerns and HIV/AIDS. 38 6: Examples of Messages in HIV/AIDS Campaigns About Empowering Women, Especially in Sexual Decision-Making, and Promoting File Size: KB. In some parts of South Africa, more than one in three people are HIV positive.
Love in the Time of AIDS explores transformations in notions of gender and intimacy to try to understand the roots of this virulent epidemic. By living in an informal settlement and collecting love letters, cell phone text messages, oral histories, and archival materials, Mark Hunter details the everyday social Cited by: advocate and agree on key interventions on gender and human rights in NSPs.
Eastern and Southern Africa HIV/AIDS Update: High Level Meeting Outcomes on Human Rights and Gender Overview of HIV and the response in East and Southern Africa Overview of the epidemic Overview of the response • Stabilisation and decline ofFile Size: KB.
The Intersection of Human Capital, Gender and HIV/AIDS in the African Context Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, pp., num. tables and graphs Gender Research Applied.
Vol. 2 Edited by Ingelore Welpe Print: ISBN pb. (Softcover). HIV/AIDS and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Literature Review Program on International Health and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health August 4 Introduction This is a review of publications addressing aspects of the intersection between gender-based violence (GBV) and Size: KB.Literature Review on Men, Gender and Health in South Africa Introduction This literature review on men, gender and HIV and AIDS has been carried out in conjunction with a number of policy initiatives that Sonke Gender Justice Network has been involved in over the last 8 months.
These include the development of the. Research shows that gender power inequity in relationships and intimate partner violence places women at enhanced risk of HIV infection.
Men who have been violent towards their partners are more likely to have HIV. Men's behaviours show a clustering of violent and risky sexual practices, suggesting important connections.
This paper draws on Raewyn Connell's notion of hegemonic Cited by: