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Women's access to potable water and sanitation as a human right. A case study of Alaska and Shackleton settlements in Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe
The residential areas of Alaska and Shackleton are located 14 and 26 kilometres respectively from Chinhoyi. Chinhoyi falls within Mashonaland West province of Zimbabwe. The two are former copper mine settlements to the ...
Limitation of human rights in international law and the Zimbabwean Constitution
(The Zimbabwe Electronic Law Journal, 2016)
“BANGAIZA NA MZUNGU”: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LAWS AND POLICIES AND THEIR EFFECTIVENESS IN THE PREVENTION, SUPPRESSION AND PUNISHMENT OF SEX TOURISM INVOLVING THE YOUTH IN MOMBASA, KENYA
Kenya. It deals with all aspects of the industry from various perspectives using modern research methods and techniques (especially the Women’s Law, Grounded Theory and Human Rights based Approaches) to enhance the ...
A third sex identity: Assessing cultural and structural violence against intersex people in Tanzania
This is a study involving intersex people and their lived realities in the communities. The study involved 18 interviews which targeted an intersex person, parents, a religious leader, governmental and non-governmental ...
A critical examination of sexuality education in Malawi: A case study of Blantyre district
The writer of this dissertation examines how sexual learning (sexuality learning acquired out-of-school, and without written formalities) both complements and contradicts sexuality education in realizing sexual and ...