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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATION
2011 Reconciling Africa's fragmented institutions of governance: a new approach to institution building: third interim technical report to the IDRC
This third progress report covers the research conducted during the second phase of the project, mainly consisting of fieldwork (Household s...Download this report
2011 Reconciling Africa's fragmented institutions of governance: a new approach to institution building
The Round Table had three objectives. First, to present the findings of the research project to stakeholders, such as scholars who have stud...Download this report
Most African countries are governed by two systems: formal state-sanctioned (modern) institutions of governance; and traditional institution...Download this report
2010 Reconciling Africa's fragmented institutions of governance: a new approach to institution building: second interim technical report to the IDRC
This second progress report covers the research conducted during the second half of the first phase of the project up to the end of the HSRC...Download this report