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Research outputs: CHILD WELL-BEING
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Conceptualizing father presence or absence in discreet terms masks the fluidity of men's involvement with children. It is necessary, in the ...
2013 Predictors of loss to follow-up among children in the first and second years of antiretroviral treatment in Johannesburg, South Africa
Ninety percent of the world's 2.1 million HIV-infected children live in sub-Saharan Africa, and 2.5% of South African children live with HIV...
2013 The powerful reach of early childhood development: a science-based foundation for sound investment
This chapter is intended to help bridge the divide that frequently exists between investments focused on child survival and investments focu...