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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: WOMEN
2020 When higher education increases women's risk for intimate partner violence: the case for a multipronged preventative approach to tackling gender-based violence
The socioeconomic empowerment of women is seen as critical to gender equality, the absence of which is associated with high rates of gender-...
Adolescent girls and pregnant HIV-positive women in rural South Africa are particularly vulnerable to depression. Recent research suggests t...
2019 Socio-demographic and behavioural profile of woman in polygamous relationships in South Africa: a retrospective analysis of the 2002 population-based household survey data
The prevalence and effect of polygamous relationships may have serious reproductive and /or health consequences for women. In South Africa, ...