Annals of Anthropological Practice
HIV/AIDS and Food Insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa
1. Auflage Oktober 2011
2011. 244 Seiten, Softcover
ISBN 978-1-4443-6155-1 - John Wiley & Sons
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This collection of 14 chapters brings together a wide array of applied anthropologists, other social scientists, and practitioners to detail the ways in which public health measures can be effectively integrated with HIV/AIDS prevention, anti-retroviral treatment, and food security efforts in sub-Saharan Africa.
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1. Introduction: Anthropologists Confront HIV/AIDS and Food Insecurity in sub-Saharan AfricaJohn Mazzeo, Alexander Rödlach, and Barrett P. Brenton2. Toward a Critical Biosocial Model of Ecohealth in Southern Africa: The HIV/AIDS and Nutrition Insecurity SyndemicMerrill Singer3. Food Insecurity and Maternal-to-Child Transmission of HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan AfricaDaniel W. Sellen and Craig Hadley4. Safe Infant Feeding in Lesotho in the Era of HIV/AIDSLena Kroeker and Alyx Beckwith5. "If I Take My Pills I'll Go Hungry": The Choice between Economic Security and HIV/AIDS Treatment in Grahamstown, South AfricaChaunetta Jones6. Poverty, Nutrition, and a Cultural Model of Managing HIV/AIDS among Women in Nairobi, KenyaToni J. Copeland7. Cycles of Poverty, Food Insecurity, and Psychosocial Stress among AIDS-Care Volunteers in Urban EthiopiaKenneth Maes and Selamawit Shifferaw8. Complexities of the "Transactional Sex" Model: Nonproviding Men, Self-Providing Women, and HIV Risk in Rural MalawiJanneke Verheijen9. Livelihood Demands and the Spread of Aids: The case of MalawiMike Njalayawo Mtika10. "Twelve Years on": HIV and AIDS and Livelihoods in ZambiaFiona Samuels and Michael Drinkwater11. The Double Threat of HIV/AIDS and Drought on Rural Household Food Security in Southeastern ZimbabweJohn Mazzeo12. Contested Strategies for Defining and Confronting Food Insecurity and HIV/AIDS in Zambia: Rejection of GM Food Aid during the 2002-03 Food CrisisBarrett P. Brenton13. Food, Health, Development, and HIV/AIDS in a Remote Area of Southern AfricaRobert K. Hitchcock and Wayne A. Babchuk14. "Aids is in the Food": Zimbabweans' Association between Nutrition and HIV/AIDS and their Potential for Addressing Food Insecurity and HIV/AIDSAlexander Rödlach