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Research outputs: RURAL COMMUNITIES
2017 The stomach is crying: patterns of food insecurity and the role of social grants in South Africa
Ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition is one of the core UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and features in t...
2017 The Amagugu intervention: a qualitative investigation into maternal experiences and perspectives of a maternal HIV disclosure support intervention in rural South Africa
The World Health Organization recommends disclosure of parental HIV to children aged 6???12 years. The maternal HIV-disclosure intervention ...Download this report
2017 Nano-material biosensors in agriculture application and accessibility in rural smallholding farms: food security
In the absence of inexpensive screening tools, food contamination poses immense threat to food safety and security and ultimately inclines b...