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  • Mashiri, M; Nkuna, Z; Chakwizira, J; Maponya, G (Southern African Transport Conference (SATC), 2008-07)
    This paper presents a case for factoring in gender perspectives in initiatives intended to strengthen informal rural healthcare delivery systems by way of improved access with a view to entrenching rural livelihoods. Given ...
  • Mashiri, M; Buiten, D; Mahapa, S; Zukulu, R (2005-07)
    Traditional transport planning has tended to focus on addressing the needs of mainstream commuters through the provision of improved transport infrastructure and services, leaving out a significant number of existing and ...
  • Mashiri, M; Dube, S; Maponya, G (Southern African Transport Conference, 2009-07)
    The aim of this paper is to explore and document, through the use of qualitative data, children and young people’s experiences and perceptions of mobility and transport constraints in accessing social services such as ...
  • Mashiri, M; Maponya, G; Nkuna, Z; Dube, S; Chakwizira, J; Marrian, B (Southern African Transport Conference (SATC), 2008-07)
    This paper seeks to unpack the relationship between mobility and accessibility on the one hand, and rural healthcare delivery on the other, within the ambit of the sustainable livelihoods approach using four villagers in ...
  • Mashiri, M; Kristan, K; Marian, B; Elrahman, OA (2007-05)
    With the help of some practical examples, this paper seeks to highlight the importance of technology transfer, not only in stimulating innovation, but also in broadening livelihood opportunities as well as in strengthening ...
  • Chakwizira, J; Mashiri, M; Nhemachena, C (CSIR, 2008-11)
    This paper presents an examination and analysis of rural development struggles facing contemporary South Africa. An analytical transportation approach is used to tease out current theory, practice and obstacles to rural ...