6724 Shanaaz Mathews The Children's Institute, University of Cape Town, and Gender & Health Research Unit, South African Medical Research Council, Cape Town shanaaz.
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SAMRC stands for South African Medical Research Council
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Data from the South African Medical Research Council (MRC) indicate that 40 percent of men have admitted to hitting their partners (wife or girlfriend), while one-fourth of men have raped a woman sometime in their lives.
Officials from the South African Medical Research Council, the World Health Organization, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called for rapid surveys of the prevalence of extensive drug-resistant TB in high-risk countries, increased laboratory capacity to carry out vital culture and drug resistance testing, improved clinical capacity, infection control precautions, and research support for new drug and diagnostic tests.
However, other experts, such as Marlies Craig, a malaria researcher at the South African Medical Research Council in Durban, believe that factors besides increasing temperatures, such as increased resistance to drugs, are the cause of this vector spread.
Some 80 per cent of South Africans visit traditional healers and about 60 per cent of births are attended by traditional birth attendants, says the South African Medical Research Council.
Research from the South African Medical Research Council suggest that up to one-third of the men in the country admitted they had committed rape at least once in their lives, suggesting widespread acceptance and a lack of prosecution.