Aarhus University (AU), Faculty of Humanities, Department of Anthropology and Ethnography - Prior to 2013, Denmark

Becoming Healthy Again: Reproductive Intentions and ARVs in Uganda

Research project Becoming healthy again: Reproductive Intentions among HIV positive women and men with increased access to anti-Retrovirals in Uganda. Reproductive decision-making is strongly influenced by cultural norms, such as the value of children in a particula ... With increased access to antiretroviral treatment, a growing number of HIV positives are able to live longer and healthier lives and to pursue motherhood aspirations. Medical staff at HIV/AIDS programmes is advising HIV positive women to aviod or po ...
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Health Systems Reform and Ethics: Private Practitioners in Poor Urban Neighbourhoods in India, Indonesia and Thailand

Research project This project studied health care provided by private practitioners to inhabitants of selected poor urban neighbourhoods in India, Indonesia and Thailand. In India, the project observed wide variation in types and qualifications of providers, but onl ...
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Health Systems Reform and Ethics: The Earthquake in Central Java Province 27 May 2006

Research project This project followed a number of households in earthquake affected areas of Yogyakarta and Bantul to assess impact of the disaster at household level and to assess the ability of disaster mitigation efforts and reconstruction programmes to address ...
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Recovery from Armed Conflict in Northern Uganda. Planning for Human Security

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