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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: ECONOMIC GROWTH
How workplaces deal with the risks posed by HIV and AIDS in the workplace will have a strong bearing on the effective functioning of the lab...Download this report
2018 State reconstruction in Madagascar: an opportune moment for participation of local voices and promotion of intra-Africa trade
Madagascar experienced conflict in 2009 that had a negative impact on its economy and social conditions. The country is currently on a lauda...
The main message from the paper is that the impressive economic growth in several countries should be made sufficiently inclusive so that ma...
This article investigates the relationship between democracy and economic growth in five Anglophone West African countries using annual data...