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Research outputs: RURAL COMMUNITIES
2018 Self-reported sleep duration and its correlates with sociodemographics, health behaviours, poor mental health, and chronic conditions in rural persons 40 years and older in South Africa
This study aims to investigate sleep duration and its association with sociodemographic, health behaviour, mental health, and chronic diseas...Download this report
To achieve the G20 member nation's objective, both individually and collectively, of achieving growth that is strong, sustainable, balanced,...
2018 Assessing knowledge, beliefs and practices related to the consumption of sheep and goat meat in Senegal
A Rapid Integrated Assessment (RIA) of nutrition and health risks and benefits was carried out in 2013 in sheep and goat agri-food systems i...Download this report
2017 Self-report and dry blood spot measurement of antiretroviral medications as markers of adherence in pregnant women in rural South Africa
Antiretroviral (ARV) adherence is essential to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. This study compared self-reported adherence vers...