HIV, VULNERABILITY AND MULTIPLE STRESSORS
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Presentation given in Sixth RENEWAL Regional Workshop: A decade of work on HIV, food and nutrition security. By Tim Quinlan

Presentation given in Sixth RENEWAL Regional Workshop: A decade of work on HIV, food and nutrition security. By Tim Quinlan

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  • HIV, VULNERABILITY AND MULTIPLE STRESSORS Prof. Tim Quinlan Research Director HEARD 10th Nov. 2010 RENEWAL Regional workshop, Cape Town
  • SAVI Framework Climate Variability Spread of Infectious OTHER. and Change Trade Liberalization Diseases Competition Privatization Increased Drought morbidity Import Unit of Analysis Bio-Physical Conditions Technological conditionsHome-based care Contextual EnvironmentHealth Services Socio-economic conditions Cultural conditions Sale of Assets Rural-Urban Migration Food Aid Outcomes Food Insecurity HIV infectionExposure Conflict MortalityResponseIntervention
  • Warwick Junction (SA) CFS Framework Non-Infectious Competition consumer Changing HIV/ AIDS patterns Infectious diseases High morbidity diseases migration Labour forced migrancy trading income Ltd employm’t Urbanisation/ Variable/ low opportunities and mortality Climate var’ Corruption Crime Govt pensions and grants Unit of AnalysisWJ Urban Renewal Project Human capital Livelihoods Financial capital Govt health services Natural capital Social capital Physical capital sleeping in market Nutrition education other employment Reduced dietary Ensuring school income sources skipping meals Borrowing money .Burial society Savings and Searching for membership. diverity and attendance Commuting/ Diversifying Planning to stokvels relocate Outcomes (of livelihood capitals and responses) Food Insecurity Over burdened caregivers Stress and anxiety HIV infection Exposure Inability to plan High school attendance for the future Mortality Response Limited poss. to save or Strained support Absence of invest networks Intervention Intervention parents from h/h
  • Newcastle (SA) CFS Framework HIV/ AIDS Infectious diseases migration Labour High morbidity for horticulture Social change Ltd employm’t opportunities and mortality Urbanisation Climate var’ Crime Govt pensions and grants Unit of Analysis Human capitalSchool feeding schemes Livelihoods Financial capital Govt health services Natural capital Social capital Physical capital Migration of young Nutrition education Reduced dietary skipping meals income sources Ensure school Borrowing food traditional feast .Burial society Building new membership. diverity and attendance Diversifying and money Deferral of dwelling. adults Outcomes (of livelihood capitals and responses) Over burdened Food Insecurity Weakened family grandparents Stress and anxiety responsibility HIV infection Exposure Inability to plan for the future High school attendance Mortality Response Inability to save or Weakened support Absence of young invest networks Intervention Intervention adults