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Research data: SOUTH AFRICA
The concept of ontological insecurity draws attention to uncertainty, instability, and threats to autonomy, as these relate to people' s ide...
2021 Universities as change agents in resource-poor local settings: an empirically grounded typology of engagement models
University-community engagement is emerging as an important channel for social innovation, requiring universities to act as change agents in...Download this report
2020 The relationship between social welfare policy and multi dimensional well-being: an analysis using the South Africa child support grant
Socio-historical context and ideology are often overlooked in analyses of how social welfare policy is used to promote well-being. This pape...
2020 Lottery incentives have short-term impact on ART initiation among men: results from a randomized pilot study
Introduction: Among people living with HIV in South Africa, viral suppression is lower among men than women. The study aim was to test the i...