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Session 78:
HIV and AIDS and families

Thursday, December 13
2:15 PM - 4:15 PM
Manyara
Ngorongoro Wing. 3rd Floor

Chair: Uche Isiugo-Abanihe, University of Ibadan
Discussant: Emmanuel O. Tawiah, University of Ghana

  1. Socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS on children affected by HIV/AIDS in South West NigeriaAdebayo O. Ajala, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research; Olakunle Odumosu; Sunday Alonge; Nancy Nelson-Twakor

  2. Marital power and decision-making processes regarding voluntary counseling and testing for HIV in rural MalawiLauren Gaydosh, Invest in Knowledge Initiative (IKI)

  3. Growing up in the context of high HIV prevalence: adult death and illness, family living arrangements, and children's livesErin M. Parker, Brown University; Susan E. Short, Brown University; Rachel E. Goldberg, Brown University; Thandie Hlabana, Brown University

  4. Polygyny and HIV in MalawiRania Tfaily, Carleton University

  5. Orphanhood, childhood and identity dilemma of child headed households in rural Zimbabwe in the context of HIV/AIDS pandemicMonica Chizororo, University of St Andrews

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