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Finding new coping mechanisms: the impact of HIV and AIDS on women's access to land in Mozambique
(University of the Western Cape, 2008)
In this full thesis, I explore the impact that HIV and AIDS pandemic is having in the livelihood strategies of rural women in Mozambique. My intention in this work is to highlight the navigation of Mozambican women through ...
Perceptions of risk for HIV amongst South African University students : the impact of the MTV film "SHUGA"
The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) epidemic continue to endanger the lives of many people in the world, particularly in developing countries like South Africa (UNAIDS, ...
Challenges faced by healthcare workers in conducting clinical Research in selected Western Cape sites
(University of the Western Cape, 2013)
This study is interested in understanding and describing the everyday reality of clinical researchers from the perspective of those who operate on the grassroots level –in this case, the field staff working under the ...
Family dynamics in home-based care settings of Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands in Mutasa North rural district
Ever since United Nations’ declaration of 1994 as the Year of the Family, the study and understanding of families has taken center stage, albeit with constant references to ‘normal’ versus ‘deviant’ families based on ...
The utilization of HIV services on campus by the students of the University of the Western Cape
The origin of HIV/AIDS has puzzled scientists ever since the illness first became known in the early 1980s. It is now over twenty years down the line, still the pandemic is the subject of fierce debate and the leading cause ...