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By: Africascope  11-11-2011

AfricaScope has been commissioned by the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) to look at how accessible key government services are in the poverty nodes of South Africa.  The services include schools, health facilities, social grant pay points, home affairs offices, police stations, Thusong Service Centres, labour centres and magistrate courts.  The project will be completed at the end of March 2009 and will show the average distances that people have to travel to get access to government services, what are the optimum

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AfricaScope has been instrumental in the development and implementation of the FinScope surveys and the resulting Financial Sophistication Measures, and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise surveys in South Africa and other African countries. Some of these products including providing up-to-date demographic statistics for South Africa at a local level and mapping the crime statistics for South Africa at a police station level.


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A key focus area of the household survey will be to look at the health of the population, including HIV prevalence and other medical factors. AfricaScope has been commissioned by the Royal Bafokeng Nation to conduct a population and use of land audit of their area. This project will involve using aerial photography to map the location of all dwellins in the area.