Zoekresultaten

  1. Healthcare among migrant female sex workers : a case study in Eastleigh and Majengo slums, Nairobi County, Kenya

    Auteurs:
    Ngicho, M.A.A.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2013
    Trefwoorden:
    • gezondheidszorg
    • vrouwen
    • migranten
    • sexwerkers
    • prostituees
    • risicogroepen
    • humane ziekten
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • hiv-infecties
    • kenya
    • health care
    • women
    • migrants
    • sex workers
    • prostitutes
    • risk groups
    • human diseases
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • hiv infections
    • kenya
  2. The tango of aids and coffee farming households : coping mechanisms of households to mitigate the impacts of aids on human capital in coffee production systems of Masaka District in Uganda

    Auteurs:
    Musenze, R.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2012
    Trefwoorden:
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • koffie-industrie
    • strategieën voor levensonderhoud
    • huishoudens
    • man-vrouwrelaties
    • uganda
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • coffee industry
    • livelihood strategies
    • households
    • gender relations
    • uganda
  3. Revealing the difficulties AIDS affected households have faced in repaying the loan in DEPROSC's poverty reduction project in Rasuwa District, Nepal

    Auteurs:
    Rijal, R.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2013
    Trefwoorden:
    • middelen van bestaan
    • gezinsinkomen
    • huishoudbudgetten
    • impact
    • sociale gevolgen
    • plattelandsontwikkeling
    • hiv-infecties
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • nepal
    • livelihoods
    • household income
    • household budgets
    • impact
    • social impact
    • rural development
    • hiv infections
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • nepal
  4. Influence of donor-support on primary food crop production in HIV/AIDS - affected rural households : a case study of World Vision, Nyarutovu ADP - Rwanda

    Auteurs:
    Uwiringiye, S.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2013
    Trefwoorden:
    • middelen van bestaan
    • huishoudens
    • gedrag van huishoudens
    • hiv-infecties
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • voedselzekerheid
    • gewasproductie
    • rwanda
    • livelihoods
    • households
    • household behaviour
    • hiv infections
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • food security
    • crop production
    • rwanda
  5. The health seeking behaviours of sex workers at Ngundu growth point in Chivi District, Zimbabwe

    Auteurs:
    Maphosa, T.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2013
    Trefwoorden:
    • gezondheidszorg
    • sexwerkers
    • hiv-infecties
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • behandeling
    • plattelandsontwikkeling
    • health care
    • sex workers
    • hiv infections
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • treatment
    • rural development
  6. The role of producer organizations in averting the sale of livelihoods assets by AIDS afflicted households in Kenya : the case of the Kenya National Federation of Agricultural Producers (KENFAP)

    Auteurs:
    Kayoni, J.L.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2010
    Trefwoorden:
    • activa
    • middelen van bestaan
    • hiv-infecties
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • landbouwhuishoudens
    • gezinsinkomen
    • producentengroepen
    • landbouwproductie
    • kenya
    • assets
    • livelihoods
    • hiv infections
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • agricultural households
    • household income
    • producer groups
    • agricultural production
    • kenya
  7. Affected household livelihoods in the wake of HIV and AIDS in rural Namibia : case of Odibo village, Ohangwena region

    Auteurs:
    Mbandi, J.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2011
    Trefwoorden:
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • hiv-infecties
    • middelen van bestaan
    • huishoudens
    • plattelandsgemeenschappen
    • gezinsinkomen
    • netwerken voor persoonlijke ondersteuning
    • namibië
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • hiv infections
    • livelihoods
    • households
    • rural communities
    • household income
    • personal support networks
    • namibia
  8. Sustainable response to the impact of AIDS on food security in AIDS afflicted households of rural area : the case of Bereh district, Ethiopia

    Auteurs:
    Mamo Bedada, B.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2009
    Trefwoorden:
    • voedselzekerheid
    • platteland
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • plattelandsgemeenschappen
    • gezondheidszorg
    • gezinsinkomen
    • ondersteunende maatregelen
    • ethiopië
    • food security
    • rural areas
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • rural communities
    • health care
    • household income
    • support measures
    • ethiopia
  9. Impact of HIV and AIDS related stigma and discrimination on income at household level : the case of Babile district, Ehtiopia

    Auteurs:
    Mamo Bedada, S.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2010
    Trefwoorden:
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • hiv-infecties
    • discriminatie
    • sociaal stigma
    • gezinsinkomen
    • strategieën voor levensonderhoud
    • ethiopië
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • hiv infections
    • discrimination
    • social stigma
    • household income
    • livelihood strategies
    • ethiopia
  10. Towards a model of ADP staff for multisectoral response at community level : the case of World Vision Tanzania

    Auteurs:
    Mwambene, B.A.
    Soort object:
    Master thesis
    Datum:
    2009
    Trefwoorden:
    • humane ziekten
    • humane immunodeficiëntievirussen
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • ontwikkelingshulp
    • impact
    • milieueffect
    • tanzania
    • human diseases
    • human immunodeficiency viruses
    • acquired immune deficiency syndrome
    • development aid
    • impact
    • environmental impact
    • tanzania
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