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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: DEVELOPMENT
2011 Reconceptualising engagement: a conceptual framework for analyzing university interaction with external social partners
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2011 Conceptions of higher education, development oriented social engagement and innovation in the SADC context
This paper examines two distinct bodies of literature, and argues for an alignment between them to inform a notion of development oriented s...
2010 The bilateral agreement on youth development in community arts centres in post-apartheid South Africa: an impact assessment of the Batsha-Jeugd programme
This report is divided into five main sections. In this section we look at the background to the study and the research method utilised in c...