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Journal Articles
The Poverty-HIV/AIDS Nexus in Africa: A Livelihood Approach
Masanjala W. Soc Sci Med. 2006 Nov 24; [Epub ahead of print].
Correlation Between National Income, HIV/AIDS and Political Status and Mortalities in African Countries
Andoh SY, Umezaki M, Nakamura K, Kizuki M, Takano T. Public Health. 2006 Jul;120(7):624-33.
The West's Moral Obligation to Assist Developing Nations in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
Nelson SH. Health Care Anal. 2002;10(1):87-108.
Policy Reports, Papers, and Briefs
Human Development Report 2006
UNDP, November 2006.
Blocking Progress: How the Fight Against HIV/AIDS is Being Undermined by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund
ActionAid International USA, Global AIDS Alliance, Student Global AIDS Campaign, RESULTS Educational Fund, September 2004. [PDF, 674K]
Debt-for-AIDS Swaps: A UNAIDS Policy Information Brief
UNAIDS, February 2004. [PDF, 509K]
Debt Relief and the HIV/AIDS Crisis in Africa
Oxfam International, June 2002.
The Vicious Circle: AIDS and Third World Debt
Alison Marshall, Tom Bravda. World Development Movement, June 2001. [PDF, 497K]
Poverty and HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa
Desmond Cohen. UNDP, June 2000.
Program Management Materials
AIDS, Poverty Reduction and Debt Relief: A Toolkit for Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS Programmes into Development Instruments
Olusoji Adeyi, Robert Hecht, Elesani Njobvu, Agnes Soucat. UNAIDS, World Bank, March 2001. [PDF, 303KB]
Patient and Community Education
Africa's Debt: Fueling the Fire of AIDS
Africa Action, April 2003. [PDF, 78K]
Links
Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS
An organization to increase corporate community's involvement and development of specialized programs that leverage a company's assets, business skills, and networks to tailor a unique response to the HIV/AIDS crisis.
International AIDS Economics Network
From UNAIDS, USAID, World Bank, and European Commission. Data, tools, and analysis on the economics of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment in developing countries.
PANOS-London
Focus on social, psychological, and economic causes and consequences of HIV/AIDS in the developing world.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP): HIV and Development Programme
Numerous reports.
World Bank
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Part of the International AIDS Economics Network (IAEN) (see above).