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Understanding careseeking for child illness in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review and conceptual framework based on qualitative research of household recognition and response to child diarrhoea,…
Diarrhoea, pneumonia and malaria are the largest contributors to childhood mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. While supply side efforts to deliver effective and affordable interventions are being… Expand
Child Welfare in New Zealand
- Toni Marraccini
- Political Science
Children are among the most vulnerable groups in any society. New Zealanders have long claimed that they value their children and youth highly, that theirs is a great country in which to raise… Expand
A qualitative evaluation of exposure to and perceptions of the Woolworths Healthy Tuck Shop Guide in Cape Town, South Africa.
- Toni Marraccini, S. Meltzer, L. Bourne, Catherine Elizabeth Draper
- Psychology, Medicine
- Childhood obesity
- 6 August 2012
BACKGROUND Both under- and over-nutrition pose a public health concern, especially for children in South Africa. Several initiatives exist in South Africa directed at promoting healthy eating and… Expand