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close this bookSocio Economic Impact of AIDS in Africa - Slides (UNAIDS, 2000, 20 p.)
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View the documentFrom “Health Issue” to “Development Crisis”
View the documentEconomic Growth Impact of HIV (1990-97)
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View the documentProduction in households with an AIDS death in Zimbabwe
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View the documentImpact on the Business sector
View the documentCosts to Businesses
View the documentThe cost of AIDS to business depends on labor intensity (% of profit)
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View the documentPotential AIDS treatment costs as a percent of the Ministry of Health Budget

Costs to Businesses

· Costs of HIV to 5 firms in Botswana is estimated to rise 7 times between 1996 & 2004 to equal 5% of the wage bill

Source: Greener, R. 1997

· Production loss as a result of AIDS was shown to be more than 3% of gross profit in 1995/96 on a Malawi tea estate

Source: Jones, C. 1997