Welfare policy for orphans passes the test
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The literature suggests that there is a crisis of care for children who are orphaned by AIDS. The authors investigated extended family care for orphans and other vulnerable children among 8 163 children in a semi-rural local municipality in the Free State. Here they report their findings.
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