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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS
2020 Access to and satisfaction with basic services in informal settlements: results from a baseline assessment survey
: Subjective responses of satisfaction with basic services delivery is an indicator of service delivery performance. This study provides an ...
The drawbacks of crowded informal settlements stand in stark contrast to the theoretical promise that urban density is the key to building m...
2020 Upgrading dense informal settlements by building upwards: lessons from an informal settlement in Durban, South Africa
Approximately 287 000 households live in 581 informal settlements across eThekwini Municipality and the numbers are growing. This translates...
2020 Community leaders as intermediaries: how everyday practices create and sustain leadership in five informal settlements in Cape Town
Community leaders are expected to navigate different social and institutional contexts, but they must do so without the direction, authority...