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Papers/Reports | July 17, 2008

Agriculture and Environment Interventions in Support of HIV and AIDS Programming

CRS country programs frequently confront the challenge of helping individuals, families and communities in rural areas with high HIV prevalence. Many persons in rural areas of developing countries who are infected with, and affected by, HIV and AIDS depend on agriculture as a significant component of their livelihood.

Little practical advice exists on how agriculture and environment interventions can strengthen HIV and AIDS prevention and mitigation programs. This paper provides some ideas and options for integrating those programming sectors.


  • Acknowledgements
  • Acronyms
  • Introduction
  • I. The Integral Human Development Framework
  • II. Cross-Sectoral Issues Impacting HIV, Agriculture and the Environment
  • III. Technical Options
  • References