51. The Kaiser Family Foundation HIV/AIDS Policy Fact Sheet, November, 2005, p. 1
52. Op. cit., Barnett and Whiteside, p. 296.
53. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population, Development and HIV/AIDS with Particular Emphasis on Poverty The Concise Report, 2005, p. 17.
54. Ibid., Population, Development and HIV/AIDS with Particular Emphasis on Poverty The Concise Report, 2005, p. 17
55. Op cit, Hobley and Cowe, p. 14.
56. Commonwealth Secretariat, Gender Mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS Taking a Multisectoral Approach, 2002, p.3
57. Kam Mung and C. James Hospedales, Caribbean Health Situation Analysis Developed for the Caribbean Commission on Health and Development, Draft, September 2004 p. 31; http://www.cpc.paho.org/\Files\DocFiles59_112.pdf
58. The UNAIDS 2006 Report notes that current projections of the long-term demographic impact of AIDS are somewhat less severe than in previous reports. This is partly due to revised HIV prevalence and AIDS mortality estimates for some countries and partly because projections assume antiretroviral therapy will reach increasing numbers of people in hard-hit regions (pp 83-84).
59. Well-resourced communities and households will be able to better cope than poor ones and the same holds true for countries.
60. Op cit, UNAIDS Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic, p. 85.
71. Dr. Althea La Foucade, Dr. Ewan Scott, Professor Karl Theodore and Vyjanti Beharry, “HIV/AIDS: Economic prospects for the Caribbean”, June 2004.p. 12.
72. Shelton Nicholls, Roger McClean, Karl Theodore, Ralph Henry, Bilali Camara and team, “Modelling the Macroeconomic Impact of HIV/AIDS in the English Speaking Caribbean –The Case of Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica”, p. 14.
73. Op cit, Howe and Cobley, p. 126.
74. Rene Bonnel, Background paper, “ Economic Analysis of HIV/AIDS”, September, 2000, p. 8.
75. Education is considered to increase factor productivity which in turn will lead to personal and market gains.
76. CARICOM/CARIFORUM countries include Antigua/Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago. CARCOM associates include Anguilla, Bermuda, British Virgin Island and Turks and Caicos.
77. Op. cit., La Foucade, Scott, Theodore, and Beharry, p. 24.