Zvitambo Publications Catalog

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  • MN, M., AD, J., RJ, S., J, M. & JH, H. Process evaluation of the Program Impact Pathway linking improved sanitation and hygiene with child linear growth: measurement of intervention fidelity and uptake, and impact on improved knowledge, practices and child health. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • AJ, P., B, C., S, R., M, G., K, M., R, N. et al. Intestinal damage and immune activation in HIV-exposed and HIV-infected Zimbabwean infants.. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • T, M., RJ, S., S, R., LH, M., JH, H. & AJ, P. Plasma concentrations of hepcidin in HIV-exposed Zimbabwean infants.. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • T, M., RJ, S., S, R., LH, M., JH, H. & AJ, P. Plasma concentrations of hepcidin in anemic Zimbabwean infants. PloS One, . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • LE, S., AJ, P., PC, T., JH, H. & RJ, S. Aflatoxin exposure during pregnancy: a potential cause of maternal anemia and adverse birth outcomes. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • LE, S., P, T., R, N., D, B., AJ, P. & RJ, S. Measuring the potential role of mycotoxin exposure in stunting and adverse birth outcomes in the SHINE trial. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • E, G. & A, M. 20. Assessing the microbiome in the SHINE trial. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • AJ, P., K, M., S, R., M, G., MNN, M., JH, H. et al. Assessment of Environmental Enteric Dysfunction in the SHINE Trial: Methods and Challenges.. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • T, M., MNN, M., RJ, S., J, T., AJ, P. & JH, H. Infant and young child feeding and water, sanitation and hygiene practices that are predictive of anemia during infancy: an analysis of the Zimbabwe. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
  • R, N., S, M., G, G., W, H., G, M., T, J. et al. Assessing rural water and sanitation coverage using Google Earth and rapid community assessments: A case study from two districts in Zimbabwe. , . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS]
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The Zvitambo Institute for Maternal and Child Health Research is a multidisciplinary Zimbabwean organization that has developed and attracted expertise in various areas of biomedical and applied research and programming in the areas of maternal health, child health and growth, immunology, HIV/AIDS, nutrition, food security and livelihoods, WASH and counseling

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