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Dr. Stanzia Moyo

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Stanzia Moyo
D.Phil in Demography (UZ), MSc. (UZ), BSc. Geography and Environmental Studies (ZOU), Certificate in Demographic Methods and Analysis (The Netherlands), Dip Education Gweru Teachers College.
Key Research Areas: Male Reproductive Health Issues, Population projections, Migration, Child Malnutrition and Family Planning.
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  1. Stanzia Moyo and Marvellous Mhloyi (2017). Factors Underlying Concurrent Sexual Partnering among Men in a Rural Set-Up: A Case Study of Rural Mhondoro-Ngezi, Kadoma, Zimbabwe. Zambezia, 1(44), 1-20.
  2.  Stanzia Moyo and Oswell Rusinga. (2017). Contraceptives: Adolescents’ knowledge, attitudes, and practices. A case study of rural Mhondoro-Ngezi District, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 21(1), 49-63.
  3.  Ennedy Zvoma, Stanzia Moyo and Oswell Rusinga. Parenting Practices and     Adolescents’ Behaviour in Selected Children’s Homes of Harare, Zimbabwe. (2016). Zambezia, 43(i 2016), 1-23.
  4. Oswell Rusinga, Stanzia Moyo and Liveson Tatira. (2016). Sex Bait or Love? The Changing meaning of Gifts in the Shona Culture of Courtship: A Case Study of Youths in Mucheke Suburb of Masvingo City in Zimbabwe. Zambezia, 42(1/2), 17-39.
  5. Dodzo, M.K., Mhloyi, M., Moyo, S., Masawi-Dodzo, M. (2016) Praying until Death: Apostolicism, Delays and Maternal Mortality in Zimbabwe. PLOS ONE Science Journal, | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0160170, pp1-19
  6.  Moyo, S. (2016) Men’s knowledge about prostate cancer: a case study of rural Mhondoro-Ngezi, Kadoma District, Zimbabwe. European Journal of Cancer Care, 2016, DOI: 10.1111/ecc.12493, p1-9
  7. 3. Soko, M., Moyo, S., Rusinga, O., & Zvoushe, A. (2015) Risk factors of HIV infection among farm workers at Rattray Arnold Research Farm in Goromonzi district, Zimbabwe: a qualitative study. African Journal of AIDS Research, 14(4), p343-351.
  8. Moyo, S., Mhloyi, M., Chevo, T., Rusinga, O. (2015) ‘Men’s Attitudes towards Voluntary Male Circumcision May Be Hindering Demand’: A Qualitative Study In Rural Mhondoro-Ngezi, Zimbabwe. Global of Public Health, 10(5-6), p708-720.
  9. Mukanangana, F., Moyo, S., Zvoushe, A. & Rusinga, O. (2014) Effects of Gender Based Violence on Women’s’ Reproductive Health: A Case Study of Hatcliffe residential Area, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 18 (1), p110-122.
  10. Moyo, S. (2013) Male Reproductive Health seeking Behaviour in a Rural Set-up: A case Study of Mhondoro-Ngezi. Zambezia, XXXX(i), p1-24.
  11. Moyo, S. (2013) Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Attitudes towards Male Infertility in Mhondoro-Ngezi, Zimbabwe, Journal of Culture, Health and Sexuality, 15(6) p669-681.
  12. Moyo, S., Zvoushe, A., & Gamba, L. (2013) Fertility Transition in Zimbabwe between 1999 and 2006: A Formal and Social Demographic Approaches. Journal of Social Science Research, 2(6), p173-180.
  13. Moyo, S., & Muhwati, I. (2013) Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Causes and Intervention Strategies of Male Infertility: A Case Study of Mhondoro-Ngezi, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 17(2), p89-101.
  14. Stanzia Moyo, S., Zvoushe, A., & Rusinga, R. (2012) Factors affecting the use of male-oriented contraceptives: a case study of the Mukarati community, Zimbabwe. Open Access Journal of Co ntraception, 3, 37–48
  15. Rusinga, O., & Moyo, S. (2012) Determinants of Child Malnutrition in Changazi Ward in Chimanimani District, Zimbabwe, Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS), 3 (3): 187-192.
  16. Moyo, S., & Zvoushe, A. (2012) Factors underlying early sexual initiation among adolescents: A Case Study of Mbare District, Harare, Zimbabwe. International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, 2012, 2(12), p.22-30.
  17. Gamba, L., Moyo, S., & Zvoushe, A. (2012) Factors undergirding Fertility transition in Zimbabwe: A comparative analysis of the 1999 and 2005-6 Zimbabwe Demographic Health Surveys. International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, x(x), p1-16.
  18. Moyo, T., & Moyo, S. (2011) The ‘New History Phenomenon’ and Implications to History Teaching in Harare. Zimbabwe Journal of Education, 23, (3), p302-313
  19. Rosewita Murutare, R., Moyo, S., Mujuru, P., & Moyo, T. (2010) ‘The Forgotten Women’: The Case Study of Reproductive Health Issues of Women living with Disabilities in Harare, Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe Journal of Education, 22(2), p151-169.
  20. Moyo, S & Rusinga, O. (2012) Finland: Population Projections and Economic Implications. Saarbrucken, Lampert Academic Publishers.
  21. Moyo, S. & Rusinga, O. The importance of Reproductive Health Education to Contraceptive Use among Adolescents in Mhondoro-Ngezi, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Reproductive Health.


Published Articles

  1. Stanzia Moyo, Portia Manangazira, Lovejoy Gamba (2018). The Determinants of Childhood Diarrhoea in Zimbabwe: Further Analysis of the 2015 Zimbabwe Demographic Health Survey. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences, 25(3), p7-14.

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