Twenty-five years of HIV/AIDS: South Africa's policy challenges.

Abstract

A quarter-century since the first deaths from AIDS were recorded in South Africa, the nation has yet to implement a successful national prevention and treatment program. Policies that reflect a committed political will, reduce stigma, strengthen the public health infrastructure, and fight gender inequality can stem the epidemic's devastating effect.

Citation

Parikh, A.; Whiteside, A. Twenty-five years of HIV/AIDS: South Africa’s policy challenges. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs (2007) 31 (1) 61-73.

Twenty-five years of HIV/AIDS: South Africa’s policy challenges.

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