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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: CHILDREN'S RIGHTS
2017 Making progress on children's rights: evidence and consultation for greater accountability: South Africa reports to international human rights treaty bodies
Isabel Magaya, a PhD Research Trainee from the Human Sciences Research Council looks at the development of a culture of national reporting t...
Child support is a child's right, and the premise of the maintenance regime in this regard is to protect the child. The current South Africa...
2013 Delivering pediatric HIV care in resource-limited settings: cost considerations in an expanded response
If children are to be protected from HIV, the expansion of PMTCT programs must be complemented by increased provision of paediatric treatmen...
This Chapter aims to provide a comprehensive synopsis and, in some instances, a critique of recent research conducted in the field of HIV/AI...