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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: ROAD USE
2015 Exploring South African attitudes towards the proposed new section of N2 between Port Edward & Lusikisiki
The overall aim of the SANRAL attitude survey was to examine attitudes towards the proposed N2 route between Port Edward and Port St Johns. ...
2015 Roads and development: tabulation report based on the 2014 round of the South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS)
This report is one of the outputs connected to the HSRC's Democracy Governance and Service Delivery programme's Ongoing work regarding roads...
Road traffic accidents are the second largest cause of burden of disease in Thailand, largely attributable to behavioural risk factors inclu...
2011 "Imbi indlela eyihamba kuyo, okokuqala nje": report on focus group discussions with migrant workers resident in vicinity of proposed N2 route from Port Edward to Lusikisiki
As part of the research project to determine public perceptions regarding the possible construction of a new section of the N2 between Port ...Download this report