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Research outputs: LOW INCOME POPULATION

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2015 Parental childhood growth and offspring birthweight: pooled analyses from four birth cohorts in low and middle income countries

Associations between parental and offspring size at birth are well established, but the relative importance of parental growth at different ...

2015 'For a mere cough, men must just chew Conjex, gain strength, and continue working': the provider construction and tuberculosis care-seeking implications in Blantyre, Malawi

Delay by men in seeking healthcare results in their higher mortality while on HIV or tuberculosis (TB) treatment and contributes to ongoing ...

2014 Fathers' financial support of children in a low income community in South Africa

We used data from the Birth to Twenty Cohort study to understand children's receipt of financial support from their fathers in a low income,...

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2014 Father contact following union dissolution for low-income children in urban South Africa

Black fathers in South Africa face enormous challenges remaining involved in their children's lives as a result of very high levels of unemp...