Impact of HIV/AIDS-related Adult Mortality on Rural Households' Welfare in Zambia
Antony Chapoto () and
Thomas Jayne ()
No 54616, Food Security Collaborative Policy Briefs from Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
This study estimates the impacts of prime-age (PA) adult morbidity and mortality on crop production and cropping patterns, household size, livestock and non-farm income in Zambia using nationally representative rural farm household longitudinal survey data. The findings provide important information to assist policy makers, donors, and development planners in designing interventions to mitigate the impacts of the AIDS on vulnerable households.
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