A description selected interventions for the care of orphans and vulnerable children in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe
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Through several large-scale research projects, the Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS and Health Research Programme generates knowledge on the following issues:
The social epidemiology of HIV/AIDS in South Africa and sub-Saharan region.
Key socio-cultural, psychological, political, economic and demographic determinants that increase or reduce vulnerability to HIV infection.
Human development and health.
Performance of health systems.
Cost-effectiveness and costing of health services.
Demographic and epidemiological projections of various health problems.
Related Research Outputs:
- The W.K. Kellogg Foundation's orphans and vulnerable children project: interventions in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe
- The use of implementation research networks on orphans and vulnerable children to encourage research-driven policies: the case of Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe
- The development, implementation and evaluation of interventions for the care of orphans and vulnerable children in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe: A literature review of evidence-based interventions for home-based child-centred development
- A census of orphaned and vulnerable children in two villages in Botswana
- A census of orphans and vulnerable children in two Zimbabawean districts
- A qualitative assessment of orphans and vulnerable children in two Zimbabwean districts
- Situational analysis of the socioeconomic conditions of orphans and vulnerable children in seven districts in Botswana
- Overview of the WK Kellogg Foundation's project on OVC - Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe
- Sickness, death and poverty - our bequest to orphans
- Slipping through the safety net
- Impact of HIV/AIDS on SADC countries: recommendations to funders
- Southern Africa: a review of the region
- Globalization and emerging trends in African states' foreign policy-making process
- Limits to liberation in Southern Africa: the unfinished business of democratic consolidation
- Child-headed households: dissecting our understanding of who is at risk
- What does it take to care?
- An audit of HIV/AIDS policies in Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe
- Defining orphaned and vulnerable children
- A census report of orphaned and vulnerable children in two South African communities
- Working to support orphans and vulnerable children in southern Africa: a reflection on values, principles and organisational issues