Understanding HIV/AIDS and livelihoods: The contribution of longitudinal data and cluster analysis

Briefing papers
August 2006

It is now accepted that HIV/AIDS is a long-wave event, with accumulative and systemic impacts. It follows from this that longitudinal studies are needed, to establish the effects on individuals, households and communities and their complex interactions over time. But what kinds of longitudinal studies illuminate these issues the best?

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