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Research outputs: SOCIAL GRANTS
2020 Socio-demographic characteristics of social grants beneficiary households: its effect on food insecurity in the Mhlathuze local municipality, KwaZulu-Natal
The South African government's focus has been on the accumulating state of household food insecurity that devastates the most disadvantaged ...
2017 The stomach is crying: patterns of food insecurity and the role of social grants in South Africa
Ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition is one of the core UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and features in t...
2014 Economic support to patients in HIV and TB grants in rounds 7 and 10 from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
People with TB and/or HIV frequently experience severe economic barriers to health care, including out-of-pocket expenses related to diagnos...Download this report
Comprehensive social security could play a critical role in helping to protect and respect people's dignity. Gemma Wright and Andrea Royeppe...