The under-development of social welfare services for urban Africans in Rhodesia, 1929- 1953, with special reference to social security
Devittie, Thomas D.
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The term 'social welfare' is used to include the range of policies and services designed to bring about life acceptable to individuals, groups and communities sometimes thought of collectively as the 'social aspect* of development’ and including policies and services designed to strengthen individuals, groups and countries confronted with economic, physical, mental, social disabilities, together with those aimed at' influencing the remedy of conditions leading to dependency. (Commission I, 1975* 317).