Table of contents for U.S. national debate topic 2007-2008 : healthcare in Sub-Saharan Africa / edited by Forrest Cole ; editorial advisor, Lynn M. Messina.

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I. The HIV/AIDS Pandemic
1.	 "AIDS Care and Treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa, Implementation Ethics" 
Stuart Rennie and Frieda Behets, Hastings Center Report, May-June 2006
2.	"HIV/AIDS Care in Africa Today" Allan R. Ronald and Merle A. Sande, Clinical 
Infectious Diseases, 2005:40 April 1, 2005-Tables: "The Impact of HIV/AIDS 
in Africa"
3.	"The African AIDS Crisis and International Indifference" Mpho Selemogo, The 
Humanist, January/February 2006
4.	"The Church & AIDS in Africa: Condoms & the Culture of Life" Marcella Alsan, 
Commonwealth, April 21, 2006
Alternate: "Religious Leaders, the youth, and HIV/AIDS in Ghana" Bright B. 
Drah, Ghanaian Chronicle, October 20, 2004
5.	"To Tackle a Taboo: How Africa Is Opening Up a New Front in the Fight Against 
AIDS." Andrew Jack, Financial Times, January 18, 2007
6.	"Giving Away HIV Drugs Is Not as Easy as it Seems" AIDS Alert, Vol. 16, p.143, 
November 1, 2001
II. HIV/AIDS and its Effects on Women, and the Subsequently Orphaned Children
1.	"A Tale of Two Worlds" Peter Gyves, America, 195 no16 p16-19 2006; Tables: 
Percent of adults (15+) living with HIV who are female, 1990-2006
2.	"Violence Against Women Complicated HIV-AIDS Struggle" Africa News (Inter 
Press Service), January 24, 2007
3.	"Rwanda Women: AIDS Therapy Beyond Drugs" Africa News (Africa Renewal), 
June 1, 2006
4.	"AIDS Orphans" Oksana Kim, UN Chronicle, No.2, 2004; Tables: "The Impact 
of HIV/AIDS in Africa" 
5.	"'My Firsthand View of AIDS in Africa'" Deborah Roberts, Ebony, Vol. LXII 
No. 3, January 2007
6.	"Slowly, Africa Starts to Care for AIDS Children" Sharon LaFraniere, The New 
York Times, March 8, 2006
III. Neglected Diseases
1.	"The Impact of Cultural Behaviours, Local Beliefs, and Practices on Emerging 
Parasitic Diseases in Tropical Africa" Celestine O. E. Onwuliri, Jude C. Anosike, 
Chibuzor Oguoma, Viola A. Onwuliri, Betram E. B. Nwoke, Ikechukwu N. S. 
Dozie, Moses O. E. Iwuala, The Negro Educational Review, Vol. 56 No. 4 Winter 
2005
2.	"Necessary Treatments" Tina Rosenberg, The New York Times, September 19, 
2004
3.	"Malaria: The Sting of Death, A historic opportunity" Editorial Desk, Los 
Angeles Times, November 13, 2005
Sidebar: "The AIDS-Malaria Connection" Editorial Desk, The New York Times, 
December 18, 2006
4.	"The Exterminator" Kirsten Weir, Current Science, no5 2004
5.	"Africa Becoming Haven for New Diseases, Viruses" Scott Calvert and David 
Kohn, Daily Press (The Baltimore Sun), May 16, 2005
6.	"Gates Foundation Commits Nearly US $70 Million to Help Fight Neglected 
Tropical Diseases" News Aktuell Switzerland, September 14, 2006 
IV. Problems and Solutions for the Healthcare System 
1.	"Diaspora: Africa's Healthcare Brain Drain" Africa News (The Reporter), April 
15, 2006; Table: Estimated Critical Shortages of doctors . . .
2.	"Private Sector, Human Resources and Health Franchising in Africa" Ndola Prata, 
Dominic Montagu, & Emma Jefferys, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 
3.	"Defining Minimum Standards of Practice for Incorporating African Traditional 
Medicine into HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Support: A Regional Initiative in 
Eastern and Southern Africa" Jaco Homsy, et al., The Journal of Alternative and 
Complementary Medicine, Vol. 10 No. 5 2004
4.	"Sangomas Step Out of the Shadows" Tom Nevin, African Business, June 2006
Alternate: "Day of the Sangoma" Tom Nevin, African Business, January 2001
Sidebar: "HIV/AIDS Healthcare, Rural Tanzania HIV/AIDS Patients Prefer 
Traditional Healers Over Health Facilities" Science Letter, August 22, 2006
5.	"Technology Delivering 'Amazing' Results" Bianca Wright, African Business, 
June 2004
6.	"Botswana Health Care System Needs Dialogue" Dr. Vincent Molelekwa, 
Mmegi/The Reporter, September 1, 2006
V. Response of the United States Government
1.	"Analysis of President George W. Bush's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in 
Sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean" Dr. Paul S. Zeitz, David Bryden, Emory 
Internation Law Review, Vol. 17 No. 2 Summer 2002
2.	"Public-Private Partnership to Enhance Delivery of AIDS Drugs" State News 
Service, September 28, 2005
Sidebar: "Africa, U.S./$1.5 Billion Scheme Creates Market for Vaccines" Africa 
News (SciDev.Net), February 12, 2007
3.	"President Bush Awards Harvard $107 Million in Africa AIDS Fight," Associated 
Press, in Black Issues in Higher Education, March 25, 2004
4.	"Promises, Promises: Big talk aside, Bush's go-it-alone global AIDS strategy is 
hurting more than it's helping" Erika Casriel, The American Prospect, August 
2004-Table: Aid and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
5.	"Fatal Inaction," by Joshua Kurlantzick, The Washington Monthly, July/August 
2006
Appendix
1.	"Bipartisan Group of Senators Introduce the African Health Capacity Investment 
Act of 2006", durbin.senate.gov, August 3, 2006
2.	From "Remarks by the President on the G8 Summit", www.whitehouse.gov, June 
30, 2005 [use excerpt, pp. 4-5]
3.	"U.S. Response to Global AIDS Crisis", Holly J. Burkhalter, CQ Congressional 
Testimony, April 13, 2005

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medical care -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.