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Research outputs: POVERTY
2019 A qualitative study on teachers' perceptions of their learners' mental health problems in a disadvantaged community in South Africa
The combination of extensive poverty, violence and HIV has potential mental health impacts on children in Southern Africa. This article is n...
As South Africa embarks on the implementation of NHI to achieve UHC, monitoring inequalities in the health system is of paramount importance...Download this report
Millions of public school learners walk to school or depend on risky modes of public transport. The direct and indirect costs of these modes...
During apartheid, black women in South Africa faced double discrimination, based on race and gender. The resultant poverty and inequality pe...