Posted by Nyewani on January 16, 2018

At the macroeconomic level, HIV/AIDS is believed to
slow economic growth. This in turn threatens not only
job creation and standards of living, but also
government spending resources, and therefore threatens
the capacities of governments to effectively respond to
the epidemic itself. National economies are also hurt by
the declines in production caused by losses in human
capital, especially in key revenue areas such as
agriculture and mining.

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