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(Unpublished, 2015-05)Despite the vast research conducted on energy security, how can a country with a sound economy and an abundance of energy resources like Botswana end up sitting in the dark? Botswana experienced a depressing electricity ...
Challenges in the provision of early childhood care and education services in rural areas of Botswana (University of Botswana, www.ub.bw, 2017-06)The purpose of the study was to explore the challenges in the provision of early childhood care and education services (ECCE) in rural areas of Botswana. The following were the of the study: to examine the standards set ...
Factors that contribute to the withdrawal of adult learners from Adult Basic Education Programme (ABEP): a case study of Ramotswa village (University of Botswana, www.ub.bw, 2017-08)This study is a proposal on factors that contribute to the withdrawal of adult learners from ABEP, which is a case study of Ramotswa Village, in Botswana. The background of the study topic starts by addressing historical ...
Children’s exposure to domestic violence & its effects on them: implications for social work in Botswana (University of Botswana, www.ub.bw, 2017-08)Domestic violence is one of the causes of long-term problems faced by children, and has been found to adversely affect their wellbeing. This study explores the various ways in which children experience violence in the home; ...
Health care workers knowledge, attitudes and practice towards post abortion care services in Gaborone health facilities (University of Botswana, www.ub.bw, 2017-06)Background: Post Abortion Care is a global strategy which is used to meet the growing commitment to reduce the unacceptably high maternal death rates due to complications related to incomplete, spontaneous or unsafely ...