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Research outputs: CHILDREN
This chapter discusses the need for an evidence-informed process to develop criteria for priority setting in the childcare sector. If criter...
Previous studies have shown that the burden of TB disease in South Africa may mirror the high burden of the adult epidemic, although systema...
2014 Male attitudes towards children, fatherhood, and childrearing: a descriptive profile from South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS)
South African male attitudes towards children, fatherhood and childrearing remain an important topic for research and policy development giv...Download this report
2014 Fragile families' experiences of caring for HIV-positive children: selected cases from the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal
This chapter is drawn from a larger qualitative research project that sought to investigate and document the ways in which home-based care f...