|Type||Journal Article - Social Work|
|Title||The role of incentives in raising care-giving productivity in Botswana Care Programmes as exemplified in the Kanye Care Programme|
Caregivers refers to either the primary caregivers who are the family and informal persons
who take care of the sick person all the time; and community caregivers (called volunteers in
Botswana) who are the Government recruited volunteer caregivers and move from one house to
another to supervise and assist the primary caregivers in their care giving tasks. However, only
the primary caregivers formed the research respondents.
|»||Botswana - Population and Housing Census 2001|