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  1. An analysis of the use of mass appraisal methods for agricultural properties
    Van der Walt, Jacobus, 2017-07-20T07:42:01Z, University of Pretoria
    Farms are highly heterogeneous and never identical. No two farms are ever alike in terms of (1) the basic resources, land, labour, or capital that are available, (2) the way these resources or factors of production are combined, or (3) in terms of the amounts of various crops and livestock produced. ...
  2. Die Voorgeskiedenis van die Republiek Lydenburg
    Van der Merwe, Andries Petrus, 2017-07-20T09:49:57Z, University of Pretoria
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  3. Assessment of the rational use and availability of antimicrobials at primary level health facilities under the Lusaka district community health office, Zambia
    Phiri, Ephraim, 2017-07-19T10:32:49Z, University of the Western Cape
    Background: The irrational use of medicines, and increasingly antimicrobials, remains a key health problem in many developing countries including Zambia. Inappropriate, ineffective and inefficient use of medicines is common in health facilities at all levels. There are many factors influencing irrat ...
  4. Barriers to adherence to antiretroviral treatment among adolescents in Onandjokwe district, Namibia
    Eliphas, Hatutale John, 2017-07-19T10:39:29Z, University of the Western Cape
    Poor adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) among paediatric and adolescent patients remains a big concern to health workers at Onandjokwe CDC clinic in Oshikoto Region of Namibia. Despite successes in the scale up of ART in Oshikoto Region the clinic experienced high prevalence of poor adherence ...
  5. Assessment of an integrated TB/HIV programme at health facilities in Hawassa town administration of Ethiopia
    Lonsako, Shumet Adnew, 2017-07-19T10:55:40Z, University of the Western Cape
    Evaluation of health programmes is essential to assist programme managers in decision-making and accountability to the population they serve. Additionally, regular monitoring and evaluation of TB/HIV collaborative activities are used as a means to assess quality, effectiveness and coverage of servic ...
  6. Assessing the awareness of and adherence to the Universal Safety Precautions (USP) among Health Care Workers (HCWs) in Kogi State Specialist Hospital (KSSH), Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria
    Efifie, Uchechukwu E., 2017-07-19T12:38:49Z, University of the Western Cape
    Introduction: The Universal Safety Precautions (USP) are a set of principles including practices and protocols, which is meant to reduce or prevent occupational exposures to blood borne pathogens among health care workers (HCWs), during the course of their duties in health care settings. Globally an ...
  7. The acceptability of the Family Health Model, that replaces Primary Health Care, as currently implemented in Wardan Village, Giza, Egypt
    Ebeid, Yasser, 2017-07-19T12:48:49Z, University of the Western Cape
    Introduction: Health Sector Reform was initiated as a component of the Structural Adjustment Policies that were imposed on the developing countries by the international monetary organizations such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank during the 1980s and the 1990s. It included three ...
  8. The perceptions of Anganwadi workers and mothers of the importance of nutritional care of children during the first 3 years of life : a study of Jharkhand, India
    Mahto, Haldhar, 2017-07-19T13:00:38Z, University of the Western Cape
    India has the highest prevalence of child malnutrition in the world and is ranked among the worst performing Commonwealth countries in terms of child undernutrition. This poor performance is despite the implementation of the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) since 1975, which seeks to comba ...