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The decrease in life expectancy has led to a decrease in the number of people able to work. Sub-Saharan countries are experiencing labor shortages because their working-age people are either dead from AIDS or sick from HIV. These shortages have resulted in economic problems. Economic Issues In countries where there are significantly fewer workers due to HIV/AIDS illnesses and deaths, several companies’ production has fallen. These companies also deal with problems related to HIV-positive people who still can work.

The governments of countries with large numbers of AIDS orphans try to help these children with programs and orphanages that provide the basic necessities. However, many poverty-stricken countries cannot afford to help all of the children in need. Another major difficulty is that older orphaned children may end up taking care of the remaining family. In 2005, in the village of Mchiwa, Mozambique, nineteen-year-old Dalitso Dulla cared for his three sisters and two brothers, whose ages ranged from three to fourteen.

In addition to dealing with the trauma of losing a parent, AIDS orphans endure other hardships. Often, these children are unable to get the basic necessities, such as shelter, food, clothing, health care, and education. Orphaned children typically end up in another family member’s household. In already poor households, it is difficult to afford care for the extra child or children. This lack of income puts extra pressure on AIDS orphans to contribute financially to the household. In some cases, these children go to the streets to work, beg, or find food.

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