A Generation at Risk?
HIV/AIDS, Vulnerable Children and Security in Southern Africa
The aim of this monograph is to examine such assumptions by exploring both the context in which HIV/AIDS orphaning is occurring and the likely developmental implications of both HIV/AIDS and AIDS-related orphanhood. In so doing it seeks to better understand both what it means to be a child in Southern Africa and the factors affecting the interplay between HIV/AIDS, poverty and vulnerability.
© 2004 Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
Robyn Pharoah, Linda Richter, Beverley Killian, Geoff Foster, Stefan Germann