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Funding for foetal alcohol research

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De Aar Solar Power announced on Tuesday that it would be putting its support behind the Foundation for Alcohol Related Research by funding the organisations presence.

De Aar Solar Power announced on Tuesday that it would be putting its support behind the Foundation for Alcohol Related Research (FARR) by funding the organisations presence. Picture: Supplied
WHILE South Africa, and specifically the Northern Cape, has the highest rate of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) in the world, a research centre will be set up in Britstown to ascertain the prevalence of FAS among its residents.

De Aar Solar Power announced on Tuesday that it would be putting its support behind the Foundation for Alcohol Related Research (FARR) by funding the organisation’s presence in Britstown, a small farming community in the Northern Cape.

FARR will be following a three-pronged approach in this small town, commencing with research to ascertain the prevalence of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome  in the area. This will be supported by a p ...

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