Livelihood stressors in southern Africa, such as HIV/Aids and climate change, do not act in isolation but rather interact concurrently in complex socio-ecological systems with diverse, interrelated and compounded affects. Households experience differential vulnerability to such stressors based on contextual factors such as geographical location, income level and the gender and age of its members.
Dr. Rickde Satge
Senior Research Associate with Phuhlisani NPC.
Curator of specialist land news and analysis website https://knowledgebase.land
Land Portal local knowledge engagement team member developing country profiles for Southern Central and Eastern Africa, profiling researchers, organisations and strengthening knowledge exchange