Zvitambo Publications Catalog


  • CR, M., MNN, M., KL, D., MA, C., NV, T., D, F. et al. (2015). A Village Health Worker led Intervention to Promote And Support Exclusive Breastfeeding in Rural Zimbabwe is Feasible and Acceptable. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]


  • A, D., MN, M., A, C., B, C., JH, H., LH, M. et al. (2014). Traditional oral remedies and perceived breast milk insufficiency are major barriers to exclusive breastfeeding in rural Zimbabwe.. Journal of Nutrition, 14(144), 1113-9. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • AJ, P., S, R., B, C., K, M., R, N., MN, M. et al. (2014). Stunting is characterized by chronic inflammation in zimbabwean infants. PloS One, 9(e86928). [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • TG, M., RJ, S., S, R., LH, M., JH, H., AJ, P. et al. (2014). Hepcidin decreases over the first year of life in healthy African infants. British journal of haematology, 161(1), 150-3. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • GW, L., RJ, S. & AJ, P. (2014). Interactions between zinc deficiency and environmental enteropathy in developing countries. Advances in Nutrition, 5(1), 1-6. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • AD, J., MN, M., SB, I., RA, H., LE, S., B, C. et al. (2014). Reply to Correspondence: is the strength of association between indicators of dietary quality and the nutritional status of children being underestimated?. Maternal & Child Nutrition, 10(1), 161-162. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • AD, J., SB, I., LE, S., MN, M., B, C., RA, H. et al. (2014). World Health Organization infant and young child feeding indicators and their associations with child anthropometry: a synthesis of recent findings.. Maternal & Child Nutrition., 10(1), 1-17. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • FM, N., BM, R., JH, H., MN, M., G, P. & RJ, S. (2014). Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), environmental enteropathy, nutrition, and early child development: making the links. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1308, 118-28. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • AJ, P. & JH, H. (2014). The stunting syndrome in developing countries. Paediatrics and international child health, 34(4), 250-65. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]


  • FM, N., JH, H., NM, M., F, M., K, M., M, G. et al. (2013). Formative research on hygiene behaviors and geophagy among infants and young children and implications of exposure to fecal bacteria.. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 89(4), 709-16. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • N, K., ACC, L., MF, S., CG, V., L, A., R, N. et al. (2013). The associations of birth intervals with small-for-gestational-age, preterm, and neonatal and infant mortality: a meta-analysis. BMC Public Health, 13(S3). [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • N, K., ACC, L., MF, S., A, S., JP, V., L, A. et al. (2013). The associations of parity and maternal age with small-for-gestational-age, preterm, and neonatal and infant mortality: a meta-analysis. BMC Public Health, 13. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • Mortality risk in preterm and small-for-gestational-age infants in low-income and middle-income countries: a pooled country analysis. (2013). Lancet Glob Health, 382(9890), p417–425. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • National and regional estimates of term and preterm babies born small for gestational age in 138 low-income and middle-income countries in 2010. (2013). Lancet Glob Health, 1(1), e26-36. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]


  • A, J., NV, T., B, C., K, C., N, T., W, M. et al. (2012). Addressing social barriers and closing the gender knowledge gap: exposure to road shows is associated with more knowledge and more positive beliefs, attitudes and social norms regarding exclusive breastfeeding in rural Zimbabwe.. Maternal & Child Nutrition, 8(4), 459-70. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • LE, S., RJ, S. & A, P. (2012). Food chain mycotoxin exposure, gut health, and impaired growth: a conceptual framework. Advances in Nutrition, 3(4), 526-31. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • KH, P., M, M., B, C., MN, M., RC, M., JH, H. et al. (2012). Complementary feeding messages that target cultural barriers enhance both the use of lipid-based nutrient supplements and underlying feeding practices to improve infant diets in rural Zimbabwe. Maternal & Child Nutrition, 8(2), 225-38. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]


  • MNN, M., M, C., B, C. & V, M. (2010). Biological, Social, and Environmental Determinants of Low Birth Weight and Stunting among Infants and Young Children in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe Working Papers, 7, 37. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]


  • JH, H. (1999). Child undernutrition, tropical enteropathy, toilets, and handwashing. Lancet, 374(9694), 1032–1035. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]

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  • N, K., J, K., P, C., ACC, L., Li, L., AH, B. et al. Small-for-gestational-age comparing U.S. birthweight references to INTERGROWTH-21st standard. JAMA Pediatrics, . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • M, G. & AJ, P. Neurodevelopmental Assessment in SHINE. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • CR, M., MNN, M., KL, D., JH, H. & RJ, S. Characterization of the sociodemographic variation and testing a conceptual framework of caregiver capabilities of women participating in the SHINE study.. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • CR, M., MNN, M., S, M., KL, D., JH, H. & RJ, S. Depressive Symptoms Predict Non-Adherence To Iron And Folic Acid Supplements Among Pregnant Women In Rural Zimbabwe. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • C, M. & RJ, S. Assessing maternal capabilities in the SHINE Trial: a heretofore-overlooked piece in the causal pathways to child health?. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • RA, K., MN, M., JH, H. & RJ, S. Determinants of village health worker (VHW) performance moderated by task in a multi-tasked setting in rural Zimbabwe. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
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