Scientists, researchers and practitioners are stuck with their daily duties, attempting to find remedy, knowledge, and mitigatory measures, respectively.
But, so far these groups would agree that HIV/AIDS is still a global tragedy.
Most importantly practitioners have successfully advocated for policies as an intervention point.
However, these policies have largely remained stuffed in office cabinets, decorating public places or perhaps after being launched their fate is not traceable.
Sadly though, HIV/AIDS pandemic does not respect this passivity.
Instead, such a scenario creates a fertile breeding ground for the effects to be felt more seriously among those with faint voices to push the policy agenda.
Employees are among the victims of this complacency by their superiors.
This book critically examines this situation to understand who exactly is behind this passivity.
Without necessarily pointing the blame to a single variable in the policy equation, the report calls for every stakeholder to make an effort in addressing the deadly epidemic through revisiting policy adoption.
Nelson Chanza is a lecturer in the Dept of Rural & Urban Planning, University of Zimbabwe.
As a policy analyst, studying and researching on contemporary challenges of poverty, HIV/AIDS and climate change-induced disasters on sustainable development, this book has been produced to share such knowledge across the broad readership.
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