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Southern Africa

Child and poverty study in Swaziland

2013
Author: 
Jeanine Braithwaite, Ismael Yacoubou Djima, Robert Pickmans

This report quantifies child and orphan poverty in the Kingdom of Swaziland in 2001 and in 2010. Poverty is understood as consumption (monetary) poverty and not as multidimensional deprivation. Child and orphan poverty indicators are based on the Swaziland Household Income and Expenditure Survey (SHIES). Additional indicators for teenaged men and women are calculated from the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS). Secondary literature is also addressed. Child poverty and teenage indicators have not been previously undertaken.

Library code: 
Manzini
Classification no: 
OR / BRA
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
OR BS/
Type of material: 
Research Report
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland Government
Physical description: 
77 p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, University of Virginia, Marl Alastair Grant Loudon

Couple partnership dynamics and relationship satisfaction in Swaziland and implications for HIV prevention

2014
Author: 
Allison Ruark

The dynamics and quality of a person's sexual relationships are critical influencers of his or her mental, emotional, and physical health. Men and women in Swaziland who are engaged in multiple or concurrent sexual partnerships, or who have sexual partners with concurrent partners, face a very high risk of HIV infection. Relationship quality and satisfaction may impact sexual behaviors and partnership dynamics which in turn affect HIV risk.

Library code: 
Manzini
Classification no: 
PR / RUA
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
PR BS/
Type of material: 
Dissertation
Publication details: 
Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins University
Physical description: 
219 p.: ill.
Notes: 
A dissertation submitted to John Hopkins University in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

HIV and AIDS: get the facts

2004
Series title: 
You asked...We answered! Part (i)
Classification no: 
Prevention
Collection: 
Children's Collection
Accession no: 
PR BS/624
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Harare: SAfAIDS
Physical description: 
iii, 20p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Information Dissemination Service. Basic Facts. Transmission. STI. Sexually Transmitted Infections. TB. Tuberculosis. Myths. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Life Skills. Choices. Decision Making. Young People. Children. Infants. Infoemation. Education. Communication. IEC. Southern Africa. Africa South of the Sahara. Sub-Saharan Africa.
Notes: 
3 copies. Answers to questions on HIV and AIDS asked by youth in Southern Africa

The SADC/EU Project on HIV and AIDS: progress report 2004-2006

2004
Author: 
Southern African Development Community.
Classification no: 
Planning
Collection: 
Special Collections: SADC
Accession no: 
PL BS/663
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Gaborone: SADC
Physical description: 
28p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Southern Africa. Epidemic. SADC Response. Regional Interventions. Mainstreaming. National AIDS Councils. Advocacy. Policy. Management. Media. Medicines Regulation. Monitoring. Evaluation. ME. Information Sharing. Networking. Collaboration. Orphans and Vulnerable Children. OVC.Transport Sector. Nurses. Midwives. Stigma. European UnionDiscrimination. Human Rights. Economic Aspects. food Security. Agriculture. HIV Database. Online Prtal Project.
Notes: 
Project supported byEDF and EPRD

Male circumcision: global trends and determinants of prevalence, safety and acceptability

2007
Author: 
Weiss, Helen. Polonsky, Jonny. Bailey, Robert. Hankins, Catherine. Halperin, Daniel. Schmid, George.
Classification no: 
Prevention
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
PR BS/754
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Geneva: WHO
Physical description: 
35p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Methods. HIV Infections. Prevention. Control. World Health Organization. Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Prevalence. Medical Indications. Clinical Procedures. MC. Clinical Settings. Non-clinical. Public Health. Southern Africa. Behaviour Change. Social Change. Human Rights. Ethical Implications. Legal Issues. UNAIDS.

Getting started! running a junior farmer and life school

2007
Author: 
Wiegers, Esther. Hill, Catherine. Colbert, Patricia
Classification no: 
Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
OR BS/816
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Rome: FAO
Physical description: 
146p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Food and Agriculture Organization. United Nations. OVC. Orphaned Children. Life Skills. Empowerment. Livelihood. Gender, Equity and Rural Employment Division. ESW. World Food Programme. JFFLS. Southern Africa. Manual. Capacity Development. Training Materials. Community Mobilization. Stakeholder Involvement. Food Support. Facilitation. Teaching. Good Practices. Curriculum Development. Facilitators. Monitoring. Evaluation. ME. Food Management. Food Preparation. Food Assistance. Economic Aspects. Support.
Notes: 
Empowering orphans and vulnerable children living in a world with HIV and AIDS

HIV and AIDS in Africa: beyond epidemiology

2004
Author: 
Kalipeni, Ezekiel (ed). Craddock, Susan (ed). Oppong, Joseph R (ed). Ghosh, Jayati (ed).
Classification no: 
Epidemiology
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
EP BS/897
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Oxford: Blackwell
Physical description: 
xvii, 398p.: ill.
Keywords: 
History. Politics. Culture. Medicine. Regional Perspectives. Mapping. Eastern Africa. Southern Africa. West Africa. Vulnerability. Gender. Prevention. Sexually Transmitted Infections. STI. Adolescents. Sexualities. Sexuality. Women. Migration. Masculine Identities. Homesexuality. Poverty. War. Migrants. Urbanization. Sex. Risky Sexual Behaviours. Mobile Populations. Socioeconomic Impact. Treatment. Developing Countries. International Monetary Fund. World Bank. Research Methods. Ethics. Community-based Research. Clinical Trials. Pharmaceuticals. Global Scientific Practice.
Notes: 
3 copies.

The Invisible cure: why we are losing the fight agaisnt AIDS in Africa

2007
Author: 
Epstein, Helen
Classification no: 
Epidemiology
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
EP BS/903
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
New York: Picador
Physical description: 
xxvi, 324p. : ill.
Keywords: 
HIV Infections. Epidemic. Uganda. History. Popular Literature. Popular Works. HIV Origins. Transmission Modes. HIV Drivers. Multiple Concurrent Partnerships. MCP. Funding. Interventions. Foreign Aid. Tanzania. Botswana. Southern Africa. East Africa. Community Based Interventions. Community Participation.
Notes: 
3 copies