From IGI Global - Free Access to "Child Resilience, Survival, and Development: Voices of Orphans in Zimbabwe"
Imagine a world with no orphans, where everyone is one joint community...one family.
Historically, in Africa, there exists an underlying principle of "I am because we are" or the understanding that every individual and orphaned child belongs to the community. But this practice has become difficult as HIV and AIDs, poverty, and westernization consume the continent.
Dr. Racheal Mafumbate, from the University of South Africa, highlights the challenges children in underdeveloped countries are facing. She explains the needed tools for positive child development and how niche tasks are helping them survive.
In honor of Universal Children’s Day, "Child Resilience, Survival, and Development: Voices of Orphans in Zimbabwe" is available for free access.
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