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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SOUTHERN AFRICA
2015 Projected impacts of climate change scenarios on the production of maize in southern Africa: an integrated assessment case study of the Bethlehem district, central Free State, South Africa
IN this chapter it is hypothesized that the AgMIP methodology be used to provide better understanding of a range of possible future adaptati...
2014 Comprehensive HIV prevention package for MSM in southern Africa: pilot study: Phase III of the Sibanye Health Project
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Conceptualizing father presence or absence in discreet terms masks the fluidity of men's involvement with children. It is necessary, in the ...
In celebration of the launch of a journal in India that will be dedicated to the advancement of the notion of scientific temper, it is apt t...