HIV AIDS in Papua | Economic realities
Indonesian newcomers control most of the commercial and economic activities and most indigenous Papuans are economically sidelined. Papua has a typical frontier economy, where very high returns can be made on small investments. The import of consumer goods has had a significant impact on nutrition, with many Papuans turning away from traditional agricultural produce to packaged noodles, oil and sugar. Proper nutrition is essential in checking the spread of HIV.
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- Antoine Lemaire
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