Mathematical Epidemic Model of HIV/AIDS in Pakistan
In Pakistan the effect population mobility, specifically labor migration and refugees is also thought to have been important in explaining the rapid spread of HIV/AIDS. One of the effects labor migration is likely to have had increased the prevalence of the overlap of sexual partnership. A nonlinear fractional differential equation model is discussed for transmission and control of HIV/AIDS in Pakistan. We shall also discuss the disease free equilibrium and stability behavior of the model
Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science Vol.18(1) 2019 p.14-23
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