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From the Publisher“Should be required reading for anyone involved in shaping national and international responses to the epidemic.”
"AIDS in Africa must serve as a call to action. Everybody should read it."
Kenneth D. Kaunda, First President of Zambia and Patron of the Commission on HIV/AIDS and Governance in Africa
"This book assesses the broad spectrum of challenges that HIV/AIDS poses to the global community. It addresses the epidemic as a social, moral, ethical and economic imperative which brooks no denial. It is recommended reading for all engaged in overcoming the challenges of HIV infection and AIDS in Africa."
Joy Phumaphi, Assistant Director-General, Family and Community Health, World Health Organization
"This book provides a clear, readable and cogent account for students of health and politics of how the AIDS epidemic in Africa needs to be understood: as in part the consequence of a political dimension that has underpinned its spread, hinders its retreat and shapes responses to it."
Adrian Leftwich, University of York