Mentor Mothers were trained to help new mothers in their area combat HIV, Foetal Alcohol Syndrome & Malnutrition through a home-visiting intervention.
We tested an integrated Early Childhood Care and Development intervention including promotion of cognitive development, HIV testing and treatment support, and nutrition education in rural Lesotho.
This study aims to address the impact that data collection has on data collectors within in South Africa. A mixed methods design will explore their experiences.
We validated a tool to describe contextual factors related to the implementation of evidence-based interventions for maternal and child health.
Book-sharing between a carer and an infant may be especially effective as a means of promoting infant cognitive and language development.
This study investigates the psychosocial well-being of children affected by HIV/AIDS served by community-based programmes.