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Botswana : Selected Development Impact of HIV/AIDS

ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME ADOLESCENTS ADULT MORTALITY ADULT POPULATION AIDS DATA AIDS DEATHS AIDS IMPACT AIDS INCIDENCE AIDS MORBIDITY AIDS MORTALITY ANNUAL RATE OF POPULATION GROWTH ANTENATAL CLINICS BEHAVIOR CHANGE BIRTHS BLOOD DONORS BLOOD SUPPLY CHILD BEARING CHILD DEATHS CHILD MORTALITY CIVIL REGISTRATION CLINICS COMMERCIAL SEX COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS CONDOM USE CRUDE DEATH RATE CURRENCY DEATH RATE DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS ECONOMICALLY ACTIVE POPULATION EMPLOYMENT EPIDEMICS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL RESEARCH EXPENDITURES FIRST SEXUAL EXPERIENCE FIRST SEXUAL INTERCOURSE HEALTH CARE HEALTH FACILITIES HIGH-RISK HIGH-RISK BEHAVIOR HIV HIV INFECTION HIV INFECTIONS HIV PREVENTION HIV TESTING IMMUNE DEFICIENCY IMMUNODEFICIENCY IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME INCOME INFANT MORTALITY INFANT MORTALITY RATES INTERVENTION LABOR FORCE LABOR SUPPLY LIFE EXPECTANCY LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH LIVE BIRTHS MEDICAL EXPENSES MIGRATION MODE OF TRANSMISSION NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL NEW AIDS CASES NEW INFECTIONS NUMBER OF AIDS CASES NUMBER OF AIDS DEATHS OPPORTUNISTIC DISEASES ORPHAN CARE PARTNER REFERRAL PARTNERSHIP PATIENTS PEER EDUCATION PREGNANT WOMEN PREVENTION EFFORTS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT PUBLIC SECTOR RISK FACTORS RISK GROUPS SAFETY SAFETY NETS SEXUAL BEHAVIOR SEXUAL CONTACTS SEXUAL ENCOUNTER SEXUAL INTERCOURSE SEXUAL PARTNERS SEXUAL PARTNERSHIP SEXUAL PRACTICES SEXUALLY ACTIVE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES SOCIAL CAPITAL SURVEILLANCE DATA SYPHILIS TOTAL FERTILITY RATE TOTAL POPULATION TOWNS TRANSMISSION TUBERCULOSIS UNAIDS UNEMPLOYMENT UNPROTECTED SEX URBAN AREAS URBANIZATION WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION YOUNG WOMEN ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME HIV INFECTIONS HIV VIRUSES BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS DISEASE SURVEILLANCE DISEASE TRANSMISSION DISEASE REPORTING DISEASE COMPLICATIONS & SEQUELAE STATISTICS DEMOGRAPHIC STATISTICS HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT LABOR MARKETS GOVERNMENT SPENDING POLICY HEALTH EXPENDITURES DISEASE PREVENTION DISEASE RESISTANCE DISEASE TREATMENT MORTALITY RATES INFANT MORTALITY LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION INFORMATION DISSEMINATION TUBERCULOSIS MANPOWER STATISTICS CRISIS MANAGEMENT POLICY ANALYSIS COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Botswana
2013-09-03T20:24:56Z | 2013-09-03T20:24:56Z | 2001-04-20

The objective of this report is to provide an overview of the selected likely development impact of HIV/AIDS for Botswana. The purpose is to develop a framework for dialogue with the Government, relevant stakeholders, and the donor community on the appropriate actions to pursue in support of the Government's strategy on the epidemic. The review was also initiated as an exercise to complement the efforts of policymakers in Botswana to incorporate HIV/AIDS into the planning process on a regular basis. As such, it is directed at the officials at the ministries of finance and development planning. It employs conventional demographic and economic models to analyze selected development impacts of HIV/AIDS on the economy, thereby providing an illustration of how these impacts can be incorporated in the regular planning processes (including annual budgeting) in the finance and development ministries of the Government. It points out the need for monitoring the progression of the epidemic through further research and improvements in the existing research instruments.

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