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The Political Cost of AIDS in Africa e-book

Author:

Kondwani Chirambo

Language:

English

Category:

Medicine

Subcategory:

Medicine

ePub size:

1539 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

The Institute for Democracy in South Africa; 1 edition (January 30, 2008)

Pages:

408

ISBN:

1920118659

The Political Cost of AIDS in Africa e-book

by Kondwani Chirambo


by Kondwani Chirambo.

by Kondwani Chirambo. It provides comprehensive empirical evidence of the impact HIV/AIDS is having on politics and the electoral process and demonstrates that the fledgling multi-party democracies in parts of the continent are being undermined by sickness, incapacity and premature deaths among elected leaders as well as within the electorate.

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The political cost of AIDS in Africa : evidence from six countries.

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The Political Cost of AIDS in Africa: Evidence from Six Countries. The book gives guidelines to church works on how to mainstream HIV and AIDS into various themes, activities and with different groups. Daughters and Sons of Africa: Seeking Life-Giving and Empowering Leadership in the Age of HIV/AIDS Epidemic. When God’s People Have HIV/AIDS: An Approach to Ethics.

The Political Cost of AIDS in Africa: Examining the state of leadership, state budgets, and challenges of PLHIV in participating in political and economic life Presentations by the governance and AIDS Programme to the International AIDS Conference, Vienna, 2010 Kondwani Chirambo, Director, Governance and Aids Programme, IDASA. Focus of Study is on the Political System of LG; Ward Councillors nation-wide, In the South African study we focussed on the directly elected representatives who number 3 895 out of 8 951 councillors (the balance of whom are assigned through proportional representation). This was done nationally.

Sub-Saharan Africa is a region devastated by HIV/AIDS. Books related to The Political Economy of AIDS in Africa. Despite progress being achieved in localized settings, the alarming statistics reflect the continuing failure of advanced countries to mount a response that matches the scale and severity of the African HIV/AIDS crisis.

The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost. Sub-Saharan Africa is a region devastated by HIV/AIDS

The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. The spine remains undamaged. Sub-Saharan Africa is a region devastated by HIV/AIDS.

The political cost of AIDS in Africa : evidence from six countries, Kondwani Chirambo (e. Pretoria : IDASA, 2008. Staffan I. Lindberg: selected articles, book chapters and data sets List of publications on democracy and elections in Africa, partly downloadable, by Staffan I. Lindberg, assistant professor at the Department of Political Science and Center for African Studies, University of Florida.

The Political Cost of AIDS in Africa provides comprehensive empirical evidence of the impact HIV/AIDS is having on politics and the electoral process. The latest publication to come out of an extensive study by Idasa and its research partners, this book reveals that the fledgling multi-party democracies in parts of the continent are being undermined by sickness, incapacity and premature deaths among elected leaders as well as within the electorate. The book suggests innovative and holistic responses to address these problems. A culmination of three years of exploratory studies by African researchers working under the auspices of Idasa, it demonstrates how AIDS is interwoven with the continent's ambitions for deepening democracy. With chapters on Namibia, Malawi, Tanzania, South Africa, Senegal and Zambia, this study investigates: the attrition among elected political leaders and the costs of replacing them; the loss of elected representatives, its effect on constituencies, and the power dynamics in parliamentary structures and in democratic governance; the failure to maintain voter registers and how it affects the credibility of electoral outcomes; the effect of stigma and discrimination on political participation.

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