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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
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2014 Parental incapacity and institutional non-responsiveness: the care framework in prenatal and early life services in South Africa
This chapter examines the concept of care in relation to government health and social welfare services for South African families where chil...
Child maltreatment in the form of abuse and neglect is a common problem affecting the well-being and flourishing of children in South Africa...
Despite the attention to service-oriented policy, a number of challenges remain, including the high number of youngest children (0 to 4 year...Download this report
Child neglect and abuse is often related to family circumstances, especially the social and economic situation of child carers, according to...