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Research outputs: POVERTY
2022 Leave no child behind: urban living's reverse effects on child health in South Africa and India
In India and South Africa 'both developing countries with heightened poverty and inequality' child mortality and poor health remain unaccep...Download this report
The COVID-19 pandemic has threatened the health and livelihoods of millions of people. In South Africas existing context of poverty, inequal...Download this report
The answer to whether students should pay for higher education in South Africa or get it for free remains both topical and contested. One ar...
A central feature of the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been its uniform, place-blind character. The lockdown was applie...