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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: AID POLICY
2018 Book review: Koch, S. and Weingart, P. 2016. The delusion of knowledge transfer: the impact of foreign aid experts on policy-making in South Africa and Tanzania. Cape Town: African Minds, 396p. ISBN 978-1-928331-39-1
2015 Achieving co-operation in an aid-funded development network organisation (DNO): lessons for development practitioners
New 'networked' organisational forms that are mission-driven and characterised by high levels of interconnectivity and interdependence are b...
This book brings together leading authors in the field of education and development, who draw on decades of research and personal experience...