Best practice in male circumcision: acknowledging traditional leaders as custodians

OUTPUT TYPE: Research report- client
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2016
TITLE AUTHOR(S): M.Douglas, K.M.M.Sobane, A.M.Nyembezi, S.W.Sifunda, N.S.E.Mahlangu, N.M.J.N.Matanzima, M.J.Ntsaba, N.N.Ndamase, S.Khandlhela
KEYWORDS: MALE CIRCUMCISION, TRADITIONAL AUTHORITIES
DEPARTMENT: Social Aspects of Public Health (SAPH), Research Use and Impact Assessment (RIA), Research Use and Impact Assessment (PRESS), Research Use and Impact Assessment (CC)
Print: HSRC Library: shelf number 9623

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Abstract

The purpose and objectives of the HSD Research Seminar Series The seminar is one in a series of HSD research seminars that are organized and hosted by the HSRC on behalf of the Department of Science and Technology. The DST-HSD Research Seminar Series are designed to: 1.Showcase research and knowledge production in the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) which is generated by the National System of Innovation (NSI); 2. Serve as vehicles for disseminating research evidence to wider and diverse audiences; 3.Operate as platforms for the sharing of local and international expertise and experience; and 4. Promote research and knowledge production in the SSH that benefits and enhances the NSI.