Operational Research Series
Our research aims to produce continuous evidence to inform policy and programs, with findings disseminated to all health system levels from facility through to national level forums.
|Male participation in PMTCT||2015||Male Participation in PMTCT: Survey on the experiences, attitudes and perceptions of male partner’s participation in antenatal and PMTCT services Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe Download|
|mHealth for Strengthening Communication Along the EID Results Chain||2014||A report on usage patterns, facilitators and barriers to the use of mobile technology by rural health care workers Download|
|Exploring the unforgotten variable: Engaging, Listening and Learning from Apostolic Birth Attendants||2014||Report provides evidence regarding the knowledge, attitudes, practices, and beliefs of Apostolic traditional birth attendants (AtBAs) in Zimbabwe. Download|
|More than Meets the Eye: Home Delivery in Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe||2013||Study describes the group of women who deliver at home, their reasons for home delivery, preferences for institutional delivery and what happens during the home delivery process Download|
|Prevention of Postnatal MTCT of HIV: Addressing Missed Opportunities in PMTCT through Community Based Infant Feeding and Counselling||2013||A cohort study on the utilizing trained Village Health Workers to prevent postnatal MTCT of HIV through infant feeding and HIV prevention counseling in the community Download|