Prevalence of HIV, HSV-2 and pregnancy among high school students in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: a bio-behavioural cross-sectional survey
Reducing HIV in adolescents using an incentivized behaviour change model
This report looks at how health services can be made more adolescent-friendly and considers models that may be successful in the South African context. In particular, the report considers how these services may be linked to schools and communities.
This is a report on a survey conducted in February 2011 on the 71 special schools in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.
This baseline study was conducted in the UMzinyathi district of KwaZulu-Natal. The study was born out of a concern for the absence of genuine community participation in the implementation of care and support for vulnerable children in the province.
This briefing document will inform the creation of norms and standards for Special Schools as Resource Centres (SSRC).