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Strategic planning for saving the lives of mothers, newborns and children and preventing stillbirths in KwaZulu-Natal province South Africa

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KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa has the largest population of children under the age of five and experiences the highest number of child births per annum in the country. Its population has also been ravaged by the dual epidemics of HIV and TB and it has struggled to meet targets for maternal and child mortality. In South Africa’s federal system, provinces have decision-making power on the prioritization and allocation of resources within their jurisdiction. As part of strategic planning for 2015–2019, KwaZulu-Natal provincial authorities requested an assessment of current mortality levels in the province and identification and costing of priority interventions for saving additional maternal, newborn and child lives, as well as preventing stillbirths in the province.

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HIV AIDS Programme Impact Evaluation Report May2010

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IMPACT EVALUATION: HIV & Aids and Integrated Development - A Capacity Development Course for Government Managers and Planners ProgrammeIMPACT EVALUATION: HIV & Aids and Integrated Development - A Capacity Development Course for Government Managers and Planners Programme

 

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