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Providing Health Care to HIV Patients in Southern Africa

Markus Haacker ()

No 01/3, IMF Policy Discussion Papers from International Monetary Fund

Abstract: The paper provides an economic analysis of the impact of HIV/AIDS on the health sector i Southern Africa. It provides indicators for the scale of the impact, including estimates of tr. costs of various forms treatment. In anticipation of increasing numbers of patients with HIV/AIDS-related diseases, it is essential to expand the already strained health facilities ar to substantially increase the training of health personnel. While proposed reductions in the prices of antiretroviral therapies will considerably expand the range of those who can affor them, they will remain accessible to a minority of the population only.

Keywords: Namibia; Mozambique; Botswana; Malawi; Lesotho; Health; Health care; Government expenditures; South Africa; Southern Africa; Zambia; Zimbabwe; Swaziland; Tanzania; Uganda; HIV/AIDS, hiv, patients, health services, public health, National Government Expenditures and Health, National Budget, Deficit, and Debt: General, Tanzania, United Republic of, (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 18
Date: 2001-10-01
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