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This study used empirical data from health and social care professionals and cluster analysis to identify “barriers to” and “recommendations for” providing care and support to children living as AIDS orphans in township communities in Nelson Mandela Bay South Africa.
This study explored the parenting experiences of orphaned youth heading households in resource-constrainted environments.
This study sought to determine the needs of the general population of children in Botswana.
The aim of this quantitative, inferential research was to investigate how working with vulnerable and abused children and families has an impact on child protection service workers in South Africa.
Through the lens of a care framework, the present study aims to explore service providers' perceptions of families caring for CWD in resource‐poor settings in South Africa.
This paper describes how experiencing maternal death affects the psychosocial wellbeing of orphaned youth who left school before completing high school.
This chapter examines the cultural logic of child care in Africa, focusing on one variation of fosterage, okutekula, among the Ova-ambo in Northern Namibia.
This foundational chapter attempts to provide readers with content to assist in their understanding of the characteristics, role, and experiences of kinship elderly caregivers of children affected and/or infected by HIV and AIDS.
This paper reports on a longitudinal study of young people transitioning out of care and journeying towards young adulthood over a period of five years.
This study determined the perceived effects of prolonged residential care for children in Botswana.