Ageing and Poverty in Africa: Ugandan Livelihoods in a Time of HIV/AIDS

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Ashgate, 2003 - Social Science - 256 pages
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The rapid demographic aging of populations worldwide, and most dramatically in developing countries, will result in unprecedented increases in the absolute and relative numbers of the aged in these countries. Whilst developed economies already have the basic infrastructure in place through which to support their ageing populations, developing nations frequently do not, and it should not be assumed that their best course of action is to attempt to duplicate the supportive infrastructures of developed countries. In developing nations these may be culturally inappropriate, geographically inaccessible, economically or politically unsustainable, or all of these. Effective and sustainable support services must be designed with reference to the circumstances of the client group, and it is increasingly evident that knowledge of the lives of the aged in developing countries is currently very limited.

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Ageing and Poverty in Developing Countries
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The Elders of Kikole
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Land Tenure and Usage
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