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Informal alcohol in Malawi: Stakeholder perceptions and policy recommendations

Through the eyes of those involved in the alcohol policy-making process in Malawi, we explored the role of informal (non-commercial) alcohol in rural communities, its harmful effects, and implications for appropriate national policy. Harms included early drinking initiation, violence, and sexual ris... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Public Health Policy February 2014, Vol.35(1), pp.119-131
Main Author: Limaye, Rupali
Other Authors: Rutkow, Lainie , Rimal, Rajiv , Jernigan, David
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  • Community Health Services
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  • Population Groups, Population Policy, and Demographics - Women
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  • Health Conditions and Policy - Medicine and Health Care
  • Social Conditions and Policy - Community Life and Organization
  • Social Conditions and Policy - Public Safety and Security
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description: Through the eyes of those involved in the alcohol policy-making process in Malawi, we explored the role of informal (non-commercial) alcohol in rural communities, its harmful effects, and implications for appropriate national policy. Harms included early drinking initiation, violence, and sexual risk exposure. Informants suggested that policy should address informal alcohol's content, selling times, and easy access. Because most informal alcohol producers are women who rely upon sales for subsistence, policies must avoid limiting women's economic opportunities while protecting community health. Adapted from the source document.
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abstractThrough the eyes of those involved in the alcohol policy-making process in Malawi, we explored the role of informal (non-commercial) alcohol in rural communities, its harmful effects, and implications for appropriate national policy. Harms included early drinking initiation, violence, and sexual risk exposure. Informants suggested that policy should address informal alcohol's content, selling times, and easy access. Because most informal alcohol producers are women who rely upon sales for subsistence, policies must avoid limiting women's economic opportunities while protecting community health. Adapted from the source document.
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