Mr . V . P . Mohale

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UNLABELLED This study was designed to obtain policy-and programme-relevant data on exclusive breastfeeding in Lesotho at a time when global recommendations for exclusive breastfeeding were new. During both phases of field research, conducted in 1991 and 1992, qualitative information was obtained through focus groups and individual interviews with mothers,(More)
The study was aimed at learning about home management of infant and young child diarrhoea in Lesotho. Focus groups and individual interviews were conducted with mothers, grandmothers and nurses during two phases of field work in three geographically different locations. It was found that home management of diarrhoea traditionally had emphasised feeding.(More)
Professional nurses working in rural primary health-care settings are experiencing burnout due to serious shortages of personnel. This is exacerbated by the brain drain of nurses leaving the country. Rural settings are resource constrained in terms of personnel and equipment. This results in dissatisfaction among nurses due to the unbearable working(More)
As the industry pushes for higher power levels and higher switching frequencies, power supplies which use MOSFETs for power conversion, are being designed to attain high efficiency, smaller size and eight. The subject of driving MOSFETs to their highest possible frequencies at the highest possible power level also deals with protection provided by driving(More)
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