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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: GENDER EQUALITY
South Africa is known to have particularly high levels of intimate partner violence (IPV) against women. This study aims to examine the ass...
2014 Women in selected rural municipalities: resilience and agency against vulnerabilities to climate change
The role of rural women in eradicating poverty and ending hunger has been recognised by both scholars and practitioners. There is an acknowl...
A United Nations Millennium Project report in 2005 argued that women in office were more likely to advocate for legislation and policy that ...
The importance of reading literacy as a foundation for academic success is widely acknowledged. What is less well understood is why gender p...