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2015 Making HIV testing services for children appropriate, accessible and available: key policy considerations
Background and context: The HIV epidemic in South Africa is substantial, with almost 3.3 million children under the age of 15 living with H...Download this report
Do we need to teach sexuality education to children with disabilities, and who should be responsible for teaching programmes related to HIV/...Download this report
Child support is a child's right, and the premise of the maintenance regime in this regard is to protect the child. The current South Africa...
Neonatal male circumcision is safer, easier and cheaper than adult male circumcision, but is not widely practised in Swaziland. It has been ...