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VAC

A national study on the drivers of violence against children in Swaziland

2016
Author: 
Swaziland Government. The Deputy prime Minister's Office. Department of Gender and Family Issues

The National Study on the drivers of violence against children in Swaziland presents results from a national Research to Policv and Practice process (R3P) study exploring the "Drivers of Violence Affecting Children". This applied research methodology, pioneered by UNICEF's Office of Research in partnership with the University of Edinburgh, was led in Swaziland by the Multisectoral Technical team on Violence (MTTV) working closely with the Deputy Prime Minister's Office. The University of Swaziland provided important local academic support.

Library code: 
Manzini
Classification no: 
Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
OR BS/
Type of material: 
Research Report
Publication details: 
Mbabane: UNICEF
Physical description: 
x, 160p.: ill.
Keywords: 
University of Edinburgh, University of Swaziland, United Nations Children's Fund, UNISWA, UNICEF, USAID, PEPFAR
Notes: 
2 copies

State of food insecuritry and vulnerability in Southern Africa: regional synthesis - November 2006: from the National Vulnerability Assessment Committee (NVAC) reports, April to June 2006

2007
Author: 
Southern Africa Development Community
Classification no: 
Economic Aspects
Collection: 
Special Collections: SADC
Accession no: 
EC BS/254
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Gaborone: SADC
Physical description: 
18p.
Keywords: 
SADC FANR Vulnerability Assessment Committee. VAC. Food Security. Economic Impact. Poverty. Livelihoods.
Notes: 
A collaborative report of the National Vulnerability Assessment Committees in Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe; the SADC Regional Early Warning Unit; the SADC Regional Remote Sensing Unit, WFP; FEWS NET; UNICEF; WHO, and OCHA with financial support from National Governments, WFP, RSA and DFID