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Care care arrangements
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Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: A return to the ‘care or cash’ debate

Hall K & Proudlock P 2011

Children Count brief, July 2011.

Children's Places: A literature review

Hall K & Henderson P 2009

Children, poverty and the changing family since 1994 Hall K & Budlender D 2013 Paper presented by Hall K, at the 20 Year Review roundtable on Children and the Changing Family, the Presidency, Union Buildings, Pretoria, 15 May 2013.

Geographies of care: Children, inequality and mobility Hall K 2013    Paper presented at the 5th annual HIV-in-context research symposium on Urbanisation, inequality and HIV, School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape, 13 – 15 March 2013.

Growing up in the new South Africa: Childhood and adolescence in post-apartheid Cape Town Bray R, Gooskens I, Moses S, Khan L & Seekings J 2010 Cape Town: HSRC Press.

Stakeholder consultations on the development of the White Paper on Families in South Africa: Consolidated reportBerry L 2012Report for StrategeQ Developments on behalf of the national Department of Social Development.

Children’s Institute amicus curiae affidavit in Sithasolwazi Stemele and Minister for Social Development, case no. 14/1/4/-206/10, South Gauteng High CourtProudlock P, Hall K, Meintjes H & Jamieson L October 2011

Comprehensive review of the provision of social assistance to children in family careBudlender D, Proudlock P, Hall K, Jamieson L & Meintjes H 2012Report for the Department of Social Development, by the Community Agency for Social Enquiry and the Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town.

AIDS, metaphor and ritual: The crafting of care in rural South African childhoodsHenderson P 2012Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, 20(1): 9-21.

Children without adult caregivers and access to social assistanceRosa S & Lehnert W 2003Hosted with the Alliance for Children’s Entitlement to Social Security, 20 – 21 August 2003

Access to social assistance for children without adult primary caregiversRosa S August 2003

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: Return to the ‘care or cash’ debateHall K & Proudlock P 2011Presented to official from National Treasury, 23 June 2011.

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: Return to the ‘care or cash’ debateHall K & Proudlock P 2011Presented by Hall to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, Parliament, 14 June 2011.

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: Return to the ‘care or cash’ debateHall K & Proudlock P 2011Presented to the Department of Social Development, Pretoria, 8 June 2011.

Toward the development of a family policy for South Africa: A call for an effective, robust poverty alleviation strategyBerry L & Makiwane M 2012 Paper presented at the Strategies to Overcome Poverty and Inequality: Towards Carnegie III conference, University of Cape Town, 3 – 7 September 2012.

Inequalities in children’s household contexts: Place, parental presence and migration

Hall K & Posel D 2012

In: Hall K, Woolard I, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2012. 

Counting on children: Realising the right to social assistance for child-headed households in South Africa

Rosa S 2004

CI Working Paper No. 3, August 2004

Children's Institute submission on the draft regulations to the Children's Act 38 of 2005

Proudlock P, Meintjes H & Moses S 2008

Written submission to the national Department of Social Development, 11 August 2008.

Children in South Africa: A glance through two lensesMeintjes H & Hall K 2012Presented at the international seminar on Shaping Research, Policy and Practice for Children and Youth: Sharing and Reflecting on Lessons for the Future from a Decade of Experience, Cape Town, 13 – 15 May 2012.

Positive care? HIV and residential care for children in South AfricaMoses S & Meintjes H 2010African Journal of AIDS Research 2010, 9(2): 107-115.

Appropriate state support for orphaned children in the care of relativesProudlock P 2012Presented at an international seminar on Shaping Research, Policy and Practice for Children and Youth: Sharing and Reflecting on Lessons for the Future from a Decade of Experience, Cape Town, 13 – 15 May 2012.

Pilot of the Care Dependency Grant Assessment Tool: Consolidated reportPhilpott S, Berry L & Hall K 2009 Study commissioned by the Department of Social Development: Disability and Old Age Grants Directorate.

Orphans of the AIDS epidemic: The extent, nature and circumstances of child-headed households in South AfricaMeintjes H, Hall K, Marera DH & Boulle A 2010 AIDS care, 22(1): 40-49.

Spinning the epidemic: the making of mythologies of orphanhood in the context of AIDSMeintjes H & Giese S 2006In: Childhood: A global journal of child research 13(3), 407-430.

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: A return to the ‘care or cash’ debateHall K & Proudlock P 2011Presented by Hall at the international symposium, Social Protection in Southern Africa: New opportunities for development, hosted by the Centre for Social Development in Africa, University of Johannesburg, 23 – 25 May 2011.

Children, poverty, HIV and care: A statistical profile of the Eastern CapeHall K 2011Presented at the Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council/Eastern Cape AIDS Council Workshop on Orphans and Vulnerable Children, East London, 13 April 2011.

Which resort? The role of residential care for children in the care and treatment of children infected and affected by HIV and AIDS in South Africa Moses S, Meintjes H, Berry L & Mampane R 2008Poster discussion presented at the XVII International AIDS Conference, Mexico City, 3 – 8 August 2008.

Orphans of the AIDS epidemic? The extent, nature and circumstances of child-headed households in South AfricaMeintjes H, Hall K, Marera DH & Boulle A 2009 Presented by Hall K at the 4th South African AIDS Conference, Durban, 31 March – 3 April 2009.

The Children’s Act: Providing a strong legislative foundation for a developmental approach to child care and protection

Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2008In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds)

In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2007/2008.

Making the link between social services and social assistance

Smith C 2008

In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2007/2008.

Which resort? An empirical study of residential care for children in contemporary South AfricaMoses S 2007Presented at the sixteenth Biennial NACCW Conference: Responding Professionally to practice complexities in child and youth care settings, Durban, 3 – 5 July 2007.

Which resort? An empirical study of residential care in contemporary South AfricaMeintjes H, Moses S, Berry L & Mampane R 2007Presented by Sue Moses at the National Association for Child Care Workers’ sixteenth biennial conference Responding Professionally to Practice Complexities in Child and Youth Care Settings, Durban, 3 – 5 July 2007.

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Single best source that I am aware of on the subject area.

It's an excellent, current overview of the primary concerns for children in South Africa.

It makes me realise that as government we still have a lot to do.

I think they are excellent. They give a very short coverage, and I like the fact that they explain the data tables and come up with some sort of conclusion.

It is able to give us alternative picture of issues facing children in South Africa, government statistics are sometimes not an honest picture of enormity of the problems facing this country.

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