A Gendered Analysis of the Burden of Care on Family and Volunteer Caregivers in Uganda and South Africa

Publish Year : 2004
Publisher : Health Economics and HIV/AIDS Research Division (HEARD), University of KwaZulu-Natal
Author Name : Akintola O.
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Description :

This study was commissioned to understand the contexts in which home-based care and its variations is being provided in Uganda and South Africa, and to assess the gendered impacts that these programmes have on the members of the family and community as well as the organisations offering care for PLWHAs. This is intended to assist in designing policies and in the planning of home-based care programmes.

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