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For the past few years students, staff and the government have been embroiled in a struggle to transform South Africa's institutions of high...
2012 Qualitative interviews with mentor mothers living with HIV: potential impacts of role and coping strategies
In South Africa where HIV prevalence is high, mentor mother programmes have been used to promote the health and wellbeing of women enrolled ...