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Research data: LESOTHO
2020 Differences in uptake of the DREAMS intervention in Lesotho among adolescent girls and young women
The Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-Free, Mentored, and Safe (DREAMS) Partnership is an initiative to reduce new HIV infections in Ad...
2015 Communication challenges experienced in Lesotho clinics where physicians limitedly speak both the community language and Lingua Franca
This study was aimed at exploring the challenges experienced by healthcare providers and patients in two clinics in Lesotho, staffed with ph...
2015 Directives used by senior female police officers in Lesotho: exploring the balance between culturally determined and professional interactional styles
The recent era of women's empowerment has seen women's gradual role-transition from traditional domestic roles to male-dominated professiona...
2014 A regulatory framework for interpreting in health-care settings: implications for equitable access to healthcare in Lesotho and the Western Cape, South Africa
Interpreting is an essential support service in multilingual health systems where language diversity dictates a need to facilitate communica...Download this report