A Center of Excellence for Biomedical Research and Training in Africa
  
  

Center for International Health Policy (CIHP) Projects


Title: Research for building pro-poor health systems during the recovery from conflict (ReBUILD 2011-2017) – Multi-Country Initiative (Consortium) Ongoing project 

Principal Investigator: Shungu Munyati

Co-Investigators: Prof Peter Mason and Brian Chandiwana           

Funder: UK Department for International Development (DFID)

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Title: Role of Men in accessing PMTCT Services (January – June 2011) 

Principal Investigator: Yotamu Chirwa

Co – Principal Investigators: Wilson Mashange and Malvern Munjoma 

Funded by: National AIDS Council Zimbabwe (NAC) 

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Title: The Global School Personnel Survey (GSPS) Zimbabwe 2008  

Principal Investigator: Shungu Munyati  

Co-Investigators: Auxillia Nyagadza and Maxwell Chirehwa 

Funder: Centre for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), Atlanta and World Health Organisation (WHO-Afro) 

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 Title: A
Baseline Survey on Knowledge, Attitudes, Behaviour and Practices on
Practices on Avian Influenza in rural and urban districts in Zimbabwe
(2008)
  

Principal Investigator: Junior Mutsvangwa  

Co-investigators: Stanford Mahati, Stephen Buzuzi, Pakuromunhu Mupambireyi and Dr Pius Makaya 

Funder: Funded and coordinated by Ministry of Health and Child Welfare and UNICEF

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Title: Community-Based Nutrition Care Programme (CBNCP) Knowledge Attitude Behaviour and Practices Study / Formative Research Study (September – December 2008)

 

Principal investigator: Stephen Buzuzi

Co-Investigators: Prof Lucy Malaba, Wilson Mashange and Dr. Mbuya Mduduzi 

Funder: Funded and coordinated by the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

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Title: Responses
to HIV and AIDS and Gender Based Violence needs of cross-border mobile
populations at the Zimbabwe-South Africa border (2007 – 2008)
  

 

Principal Investigator: Stanford Mahati 

Co-Investigators: Pakuromunhu Mupambireyi and Stephen Buzuzi 

Funder: International Organization for Migration (IOM) in partnership with United Nations Population Fund, United Nations International Children’s Fund & Save The Children- Norway 

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Title: Utilising
the PLACE Method in the Development, Implementation and Evaluation of
HIV Prevention Efforts for the Orphan Girl Child in three Priority
Prevention Areas (3 Districts) in Zimbabwe: National Action Plan for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (2007 – 2010) 
 

 Principal investigators: Brian Chandiwana and Alfred Chingono

Co- Principal Investigators: Stanford Mahati and Stephen Buzuzi

Funder: Programme of Support for OVC coordinated by the Ministry of Labour and Social Services, with the fund managed by United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). 

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 Title:Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts (PLACE) in Zimbabwe (2006 – 2007)    

 Identifying
Gaps in HIV Prevention among Orphans and Young People in; Hwange
District, 2006; Bindura District, 2007 and Gweru District, 2007
 

Principal investigators: Brian Chandiwana and Shungu Munyati

Co- Principal Investigators: Stanford Mahati, Stephen Buzuzi, Yotamu Chirwa and Wilson Mashange 

Funder: University of North Carolina and UNICEF

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Title: The
Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Interventions for the
Care of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Zimbabwe, South Africa and
Botswana. (2002 – 2006)

 

Principal Investigator: Shungu Munyati

Co-Investigators: Brian Chandiwana, Stanford Mahati and Prof Simbarashe Rusakaniko

Funder:  WK Kellogg Foundation 

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