When Husbands Die of AIDS

LaFraniere, Sharon
May 2005
New York Times Upfront;5/9/2005, Vol. 137 Issue 14, p19
Focuses on the impact of the early death of husbands due to AIDS on the livelihood of their wives and children in sub-Saharan Africa. Overview of a tradition in sub-Saharan Africa with regard to the death of husbands; Annual mortality rate of people with AIDS in the sub-Saharan region; Experiences of widow Ellen Wyson in coping with the effects of the death of her husband.


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