Perinatal Health Care with Limited Resources

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About a third (35,2%) of all South African households, amounting to 18 million people, are living in poverty. Social welfare programmes need to be flexible and innovative and need to provide for those who do not have families. 6. Magnuson, The Future of Children 2007 Rewarding the Work of Individuals: A Counter-intuitive Approach to Reducing Poverty and Strengthening Families, Gordon L. Opponents of this policy proposal warn of the market risks and relatively high administrative costs of private-investment accounts.23 The second major category of American cash support programs is called “public assistance.” Public assistance programs are “selective” programs in that benefits are based on individual need.

Pages: 200

Publisher: Macmillan Education (February 1, 1994)

ISBN: 0333595947

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