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2021-01-25 Recruitment and capacity building in the public service of Namibia.
2021-01-25 Prevention strategies in combating sexual abuse amongst hearing impaired learners.
2021-01-25 Performance coaching in the Department of Civic Affairs in the Ministry of Home Affairs.
2021-01-25 Managing occupational stress and fear of HIV/AIDS among nurses and midwives in Namibia.
2021-01-25 Legal framework in Namibia: an Analysis of the impact of Competition Act, 2003 (Act No.2 of 2003) on investment promotion in Namibia.'.
2021-01-25 Home-based care provided to HIV and AIDS infected patients in Onandjokwe health district, Namibia.
2021-01-25 Home environmental factors that influence educational and occupational aspirations of grade 10 learners in the Omusati Region.
2021-01-25 Gender balance in positions of power and decision-making in government institutions: An assessment on the Implementation of the national gender policy in Namibia.
2021-01-25 Factors influencing the follow-up visits of mothers registered with prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV/AIDS programme at the Katutura State Hospital.
2021-01-25 Empowerment of nurse managers to facilitate change management during Namibian health sector reforms.


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