The Socio-Economic Impact of HIV at the Household Level in Asia: A Regional Analysis

The report, based on national studies undertaken by UNDP in partnership with national institutions in Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia and Vietnam over the last six years, found that HIV affects almost all aspects of human life across a spectrum of indicators. All the national studies were case- controlled (compared HIV-affected and non-HIV-affected households with similar socio-economic backgrounds), and together covered 17,000 households and 72,000 individuals.
 
 

Unit: HIV, Health and Development
Year: 2011
Category: Research and Policy Series
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File: SEImpactOfHIVAtTheHouseholdLevelInAsia-RegionalAnalysis.pdf

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