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Healing Inequality: Targeting health care for children

Shung-King M, McIntyre D & Jacobs M 2005

In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children’s rights real. [CD-ROM]

South African Child Gauge 2005

South African Child Gauge 2005Jacobs M, Shung-King M & Smith C (eds) 2005Children's Institute, University of Cape Town 

South African Child Gauge 2005

 

South African Child Gauge 2005Jacobs M, Shung-King M & Smith C (eds) 2005Children's Institute, University of Cape Town 

Submission on the Committee of Inquiry’s Report: Comprehensive Social Security for Children

Guthrie T, Jacobs M, Shung-King M, Giese S, Proudlock P & Berry L 2002

Comment made to the Department of Social Development on the Report of the Committee of Inquiry into a Comprehensive Social Security System for South Africa, June 2002

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