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Re-imagining resilient food systems in the post-Covid-19 era in Africa
The COVID-19 pandemic heightened awareness that serious illness and injury are common and important shocks that result in food insecurity, the loss of livelihoods, and unsustainable coping strategies. These have significant ...
Factors determining household-level food insecurity during COVID-19 epidemic: A case of Wuhan, China
(Swedish Nutrition Foundation, 2021)
: In coping with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic, cities adopted social isolation and lockdown measures; however, little is known about the impacts of these restrictions on household food security.This ...
Exploring family language policy in action: Child agency and the lived experiences of multilingual Ethiopian and Eritrean families in Sweden
(University of Western Cape, 2021)
Existing family language policy (FLP) scholarship has been criticised for insufficiently addressing children’s voices and perspectives on their multilingual experiences, as well as lacking representation and heterogeneity ...
Examining the news media reaction to a national sugary beverage tax in South Africa: A quantitative content analysis
(Springer Nature, 2021)
: South Africa was the first sub-Saharan African country to implement a sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) tax called the Health Promotion Levy (HPL) in April 2018. Given news media can increase public awareness and sway ...
Exploring the contribution of universities to labour market requirements in South Africa: An employer's perspective
(SAGE Publications, 2021)
Organisations function in a flexible and changing environment that requires dynamic responses to diverse forces influencing their sustainability and growth. Employers wish to recruit graduates who can capably and successfully ...