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NGOs are heterogeneous and include a wide range of organisations such as community-based organisations (CBOs); mass-based organisations (MBOs), e.g. civics, women�s movements, church groups, youth organisations, service organisations and private foundations. * Nutritionally vulnerable: People can be nutritionally vulnerable because of the special nutritional needs due to their age or stage of life and if these needs are not met they risk becoming malnourished. * Partnership: Meeting the social and economic development needs of all South Africans is a national collective responsibility which will be met by the Government in partnership with civil society, trade unions, the private business sector, corporate social investment and private social service practitioners.

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Publisher: New Society Publishers (August 1, 2001)

ISBN: 0865714185

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