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Multiple Vulnerabilities

Multiple Vulnerabilities

In 2002, the Human Sciences Research Council was commissioned by the WK Kellogg Foundation to develop and implement a five-year intervention project focusing on orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in southern Africa. In collaboration with several partner organizations, the project currently focuses on how children, families and communities in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe are coping with the impact of HIV/AIDS. The aim of the project is to develop models of best practise so as to enhance and improve support structures for OVC in the southern African region as a whole.

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  • Format: 210mm x 280mm
  • Pages: 120
  • ISBN 13: 978-07969-2139-0
  • Rights: World Rights

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Qualitative data for the study of orphans and vulnerable children in South Africa In 2002, the Human Sciences Research Council was commissioned by the WK Kellogg Foundation to develop and implement a five-year intervention project focusing on orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in southern Africa. In collaboration with several partner organizations, the project currently focuses on how children, families and communities in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe are coping with the impact of HIV/AIDS. The aim of the project is to develop models of best practise so as to enhance and improve support structures for OVC in the southern African region as a whole. This report forms part of a series that examines the work undertaken as part of the Kellogg OVC Intervention Project from 2002 to 2005.

List of tables and figures
List of Authors
Acknowledgements
acronyms
Executive Summary

1. Introduction
2. Background and aim of the project
3. Methodology
4. Qualitative report on OVC living conditions and services in the Kaponong Municipality, Free State
5. Qualitative report regarding the situation of vulnerable children (OVC) in Kanana and Umuzimuhle Townships, North West Province

6 Overall Conclusion and Recommendations

Appendices
References

Donald Skinner and Alicia Davids are researchers in Sahara Research Unit of HSRC

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