AIDS, orphanage and poverty
Child poverty combines monetary and non-monetary factors both at family and individual levels (limited or no access to nutrients, education, healthcare, or the chance of decently paid jobs when they become adults) which limit their chances of breaking the social and generational circles of poverty.
In Mozambique and Zimbabwe morbimortality from HIV/AIDS is high. In Mozambique in 2015 there were 1,800,000 orphans, more than a third of whom (610,000) were due to HIV/AIDS. Orphanage, especially due to this cause, increases child poverty and the difficulty of overcoming it.