Central Data Catalog
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2014
United Nations Children’s Fund, Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency
March 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Chaibva, Blessmore Vimbai.
Determinants of adverse pregnant outcomes in Mutare district clinics, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe
Master of Public Health, University of Pretoria, 2015.
A Review of the Literature on Civil Society Funding for Education: Models for Zimbabwe
Master of Education, University of Massachusetts, 2017.
Researching the Dynamics of Birth Registration and Social Exclusion for Child Rights Advocacy: The Unique Role of Qualitative Research
Forum: Qualitative Social Research 18, no. 1 (2017).
Chikutsa, Antony, and Pranitha Maharaj.
Support for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) for HIV Prevention among Men and Women in Zimbabwe
Etude de la Population Africaine 29, no. 1 (2015): 1587-1596.
An exploration of the perceptions of community health workers on the enablers and barries to providing services in Nyanga district, Zimbabwe
Master of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand, 2016.
Dodzo, Munyaradzi Kenneth, and Marvellous Mhloyi.
Home is best: Why women in rural Zimbabwe deliver in the community
PloS one 12, no. 8 (2017).
Foto, Tewelde G, Robert S Chapman, and Abdul G Lashari.
Risk factors for low birth weight: bivariate analysis of findings from the Zimbabwe 2014 multiple indicator cluster survey
Journal of Health Research (2016).
Godfrey Mutara, Ngonidzashe Mutanana.
Factors Contributing to Teenage Pregnancies in a Rural Community of Zimbabwe
Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare 5, no. 14 (2015): 29-34.
Burden of malnutrition in 7-10 year old children born in a Prevention of Mother-to-Child transmission of HIV infection programme in Zimbabwe
Master of Medicine, Institute of Clinical Medicine University of Oslo , 2015.
Cultural politics, gender dynamics and development: A Zimbabwean rural perspective
Master of Arts in Community Development, Murdoch University, 2016.
Uptake of visual inspection with acetic acid and cervicography screening among women attending Gwanda provincial hospital in Zimbabwe
Master of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand, 2016.
Mantula, Fennie, and Haroon Saloojee.
Child Sexual Abuse in Zimbabwe
Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 25, no. 8 (2016): 866-880.
Mapani S, Mildred.
Measuring Technical Efficiency of Central Hospitals in Zimbabwe: Application of Data Envelopment and Stochastic Frontier Analysis using Panel Data (2009-2014)
Master Thesis, University of Zimbabwe, 2015.
Marume, A, P Mafaune, J Maradzika, and J January.
Evaluation of the child-growth-monitoring programme in a rural district in Zimbabwe
Early Child Development and Care (2017).
McCarthy, Elizabeth, Jessica Joseph, Geoff Foster, Alexio-Zambezio Mangwiro, Victor Mwapasa, Bolanle Oyeledun, Sam Phiri, Nadia A Sam-Agudu, and Shaffiq Essajee.
Modeling the Impact of Retention Interventions on Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV: Results From INSPIRE Studies in Malawi, Nigeria, and Zimbabwe
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (1999) 75, no. 2 (2017): S233.
A study to determine the relationship between level of woman empowerment and level of self-care among HIV positive pregnant women aged 15-49 years at Morgenster mission hospital in Masvingo province
Master in Nursing Sciences, University of Zimbabwe, 2016.
Mugwagwa T, Julius.
Private Sector Participation in Health Care in Zimbabwe: What's the Value-Added?
Journal of Healthcare Communications (2017).
Piped water schemes for rural water supply in Zimbabwe: reviving a forgotten chapter.: a case of Rusere piped water scheme in Zaka district
Bachelor of Arts Honours, Midlands State University, 2015.
Munjoma, Pamela Takudzwa.
Socio-demographic factors with exclusive breastfeeding among mothers with children less than six months of age in Zimbabwe
Master in Public Health, Maternal and Child Health, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 2016.
Risky sexual behaviour among youth: A case of Mufakose, Harare
Master of Science in Population Studies, University of Zimbabwe, 2016.
Muyambo, Nkosinathi, Mphendulwa Moyo, Dennis Gift Dube, Urethabisitse Mathe Muleya, Sibikwaphi Ndlovu, P Knutson, V Mzezewa, and BB Dube.
Pastoral and Bio-medical Responses to HIV and AIDS by the Lutheran Communion in Southern Africa (LUCSA): Case Study of the Thusanang HIV \& AIDS Project and Manama Mission Hospital in Zimbabwe
Alternation 23, no. 2 (2016): 141-168.
The impact of donor funding modalities on maternal newborn and child health: a Health Transition Fund case study of Zimbabwe
Master of Philosophy in Development Finance , Stellenbosch University, 2016.
Cash transfers and early childhood care and education in Zimbabwe: A critical induiry
South African Journal of Childhood Education (2016).
Organization, World Health.
WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2016-2020: Zimbabwe
The impact of self help groups in facilitating rural development: case study of Hurumutumbu rural community, Mutoko ward 29
Bachelor of Arts, Midlands State University, 2015.
Sadza, Hope Cynthia, Charles M Nherera, Tendai Nhenga-Chakarisa, Mrs Julia Tagwireyi, and Mabel Munyuki-Hungwe.
Zimbabwe zero hunger strategic review
Salama, Peter, Wei Ha, Joel Negin, and Samson Muradzikwa.
Post-crisis Zimbabwe’s innovative financing mechanisms in the social sectors: a practical approach to implementing the new deal for engagement in fragile states
BMC International Health and Human Rights 14, no. 1 (2014): 35.
Sloth-Nielsen, Julia, and Kuda Hove.
Mudzuru & Another v The Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs & 2 Others: A review
African Human Rights Law Journal 16, no. 2 (2016): 554-568.
Tapiwa, Chiruvu Roy, Kanengoni Blessing, Mungati More, Gombe Notion Tafara, Bangure Donewell, Tshimanga Mufuta, and Mhlanga Maxwell.
Analysis of Trends in Nutritional Status and Morbidity of Under-fives among Internally Displaced Persons at Chingwizi, Mwenezi District, Zimbabwe 2014-2015
International Journal of Innovative Research and Development 6, no. 5 (2017): 117-125.
Tinago, Chiwoneso Beverley.
Understanding Conceptualizations and Structural Environment for Improving Pre-Pregnancy Planning for Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Harare, Zimbabwe
Doctor of Philosophy in Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior, University of South Carolina, 2016.
Yaya, Sanni, Ghose Bishwajit, Michael Ekholuenetale, and Vaibhav Shah.
inadequate Utilization of Prenatal care services, socioeconomic status, and educational attainment are associated with low Birth Weight in Zimbabwe
Frontiers in Public Health (2017).
Zvinavashe, Maxwell Mhlanga Fadzayi Mutseyekwa Matilda, Clara Haruzivishe, and Doreen Mukona Augustine Ndaimani.
Perceptions and Barriers to Exclusive Breastfeeding in Manicaland, Zimbabwe
Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing (2015).