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Research outputs: FUNDING
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) plays an important role in increasing the number of opportunities for entry into the highe...Download this report
This policy brief presents research findings to inform the policy debate around public funding of CAOs in South Africa. It draws from a larg...Download this report
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...
2014 Towards part or full public funding of community advice offices: cost-benefit and a qualitative analysis: inception report
The main purpose of this Inception Report is to present the progress made to date by the HSRC in terms of the deliverables, as set out in th...