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Children and Poverty: Global Trends, Local Solutions?
New School, 17 Dec 2004

PRSPs: Do they matter for children and young people made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS?
René Bonnel, Miriam Temin, Faith Tempest, Dec 2004

Orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia - 2004 situation analysis
Government of Zambia, Dec 2004

The medium term impact of Oportunidades on child development in rural areas
Paul Gertler, Lia Fernald, 30 Nov 2004

Medium-term effects of the Oportunidades program package, including nutrition, on education of rural children age 0-8 in 1997
Jere Behrman, Susan Parker, Petra Todd, 23 Nov 2004

Southern Africa: the cycle of poverty continues
Save the Children (UK), Nov 2004

Assessment of OVC interventions with a food component in Namibia
Rene Verduijn, Nov 2004

Can conditional cash transfers serve as safety nets to keep children at school and out of the labor market?
Alain de Janvry, Frederico Finan, and Elisabeth Sadoulet, Renos Vakis, University of California at Berkeley, The World Bank, Nov 2004

Unicef nutrition fact sheet
Claudia Hudspeth, Unicef, Jun 2004

A framework for the protection, care and support of orphans and vulnerable children living in a world with HIV and AIDS
Unicef et al, May 2004

Government spending on children in MTEF 2004/05: spotlighting social development programmes
Judith Streak, Lerato Kgamphe, Idasa, 8 Apr 2004

International Conference - Promoting human rights and social policies for children and women: monitoring and achieving the Millenium Development Goals
Marina Komarecki, Apr 2004

A profile of social security beneficiaries in selected districts in the Western Cape
Jan Vorster, Ilse Eigelaar-Meets, Caroline Poole, Hester Rossouw, University of Stellenbosch, Apr 2004

Report by NGOs on the implementation of the convention of the rights of the child
Rede Criança, Feb 2004

Policy workshop on HIV/AIDS and family well-being
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, 28 Jan 2004

Facing the future together: report of the United Nations Secretary-General's Task Force on Women, Girls and HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa
Office of the UN Secretary General, 2004

'Children are the priority' But State Programmes fail them and their parents
Norman Reynolds, 2004

The role of education in the protection, care and support of orphans and vulnerable children living in a world with HIV and AIDS
UNAIDS Inter-Agency Task Team on Education and Children, 2004

Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice linked to HIV Prevention in Young Children and Adolescents
Save the Children, 2004

Multiphase program for the consolidation and expansion of the Oportunidades human development program, phase ll
Inter-American Development Bank, 2004

HIV/AIDS and children's migration in Southern Africa
Nicola Ansell, Lorraine van Blerk, SAMP, 2004

Protecting the rights of the most vulnerable - Annual Report 2004 UNICEF Botswana
UNICEF, 2004

Children 'in need of care' or in need of cash? Questioning social security provisions for orphans in the context of the South African AIDS pandemic
Helen Meintjes, Children's Institute, Dec 2003

Strengthening national responses: Southern Africa workshop on orphans and other vulnerable children
Unicef, 10 Nov 2003

The reach of the South African Child Support Grant: Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal
Anne Case, Victoria Hosegood, Frances Lund, Oct 2003

When someone is sick in the house, poverty has already entered
Lindsey Breslin, Oct 2003

Policies for orphans and vulnerable children: a framework for moving ahead
Rose Smart, POLICY, Jul 2003

Social assistance grants: impact of government programmes using administrative data sets
Ingrid Woolard, 19 Jun 2003

Seduction, sale and slavery: Trafficking in women and children for sexual exploitation in southern Africa
Jonathan Martens, Maciej ?Mac? Pieczkowski and Bernadette van Vuuren-Smyth, International Organization for Migration (IOM), May 2003

Children first in the poverty battle: a review of PRSPs in the Southern African Region - from a child rights perspective
Shirley Robinson, Save the Children (Sweden), Mar 2003

Detailed review of five national PRSPs in the Southern African Region: Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana, Lesotho
Shirley Robinson, Save the Children (Sweden), Mar 2003

Child well-being and poverty indicators in South Africa
Feb 2003

Family matters: the care and protection of children affected by HIV/AIDS in Malawi
Gillian Mann, Save the Children, Sweden, 2003

Study of the response by faith-based organisations to orphans and vulnerable children
Dr Geoff Foster, 2003

Stratégies d'?intervention adaptées aux besoins des jeunes
Bill Finger, Maria Lapetina et Maryanne Pribila, 2003

2002 Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Workshop on Children affected by HIV/AIDS
Nov 2002

Social protection of vulnerable children including orphans
Ministry of Economic Planning and Development, Government of the Kingdom of Swaziland, Oct 2002

The impact of HIV/AIDS on Southern Africa`s Children: Poverty of planning and planning of poverty
Professor Alan Whiteside, Su Erskine, University of Natal, 2 Jul 2002

`We will bury ourselves`: A study of child-headed households on commercial farms in Zimbabwe
Lynn Walker, Farm Orphan Support Trust of Zimbabwe, 2002

A better world in 2020: Wake-up calls from the next generation
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Aug 2001

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