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Household-based cash transfer targeting strategies in Zimbabwe: are we reaching the most vulnerable children?
Census data, collected in July 2009, from 27,672 children were used to compare the effectiveness, coverage and efficacy of three household-based methods for targeting cash transfers to vulnerable children in eastern ...
Community groups as "critical enablers" of the HIV response in Zimbabwe
(BioMed Central, 2013-05-26)
Background: The Investment Framework for a more effective HIV response has become integral to discussions on how best to respond to the HIV epidemic. The Framework calls for greater synergy and attention to factors ...
Social acceptability and perceived impact of a community-led cash transfer programme in Zimbabwe
(BioMed Central, 2013-04-15)
Background: Cash transfer programmes are increasingly recognised as promising and scalable interventions that can promote the health and development of children. However, concerns have been raised about the potential ...
Building adherence-competent communities: Factors promoting children's adherence to anti-retroviral HIV/AIDS treatment in rural Zimbabwe
Given relatively high levels of adherence to HIV treatment in Africa, we explore factors facilitating children's adherence, despite poverty, social disruption and limited health infrastructure. Using interviews with 25 ...
The role of community conversations in facilitating local HIV competence: case study from rural Zimbabwe
(BioMed Central, 2013-04-17)
Background: This paper examines the potential for community conversations to strengthen positive responses to HIV in resource-poor environments. Community conversations are an intervention method through which local people ...
Involving communities in the targeting of cash transfer programs for vulnerable children: opportunities and challenges
We used baseline data, collected in July–September 2009, from a randomized controlled trial of a cash transfer program for vulnerable children in eastern Zimbabwe to investigate the effectiveness, coverage, and efficiency ...