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Embedded within this definition they identify six defining characteristics of collaboration, namely – collaboration is voluntary – collaboration requires parity among participants – collaboration is based on mutual goals – collaboration depends on shared responsibility for participation and decision making – individuals who collaborate share resources – individuals who collaborate share accountability for outcomes. 19 SECTION A INTRODUCTION Collaboration is difficult, but rewarding. According to Friend and Cook (2003) there are a number of outcomes of collaboration which can simultaneously also contribute to its development.

Predictions are that the pandemic will reduce the region’s GDP by at least 20 per cent by 2010. Moreover, the life expectancy in South Africa could be reduced by 20 years (Development Update 2001: 122). The effect of the pandemic on millions of children in South Africa is disastrous. Many parents, grandparents and caregivers in the extended family die as a result of the illness. Children as young as three years sometimes live in the streets because they have no one to take care of them. Community structures and help from the government and NGOs are not sufficient to provide for the needs of so many orphaned children.

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