2 edition of A census of orphans and vulnerable children in two Zimbabwean districts found in the catalog.
A census of orphans and vulnerable children in two Zimbabwean districts
by HSRC Press, Distributed in North America by Independent Publishers Group in Cape Town, Chicago IL
Written in English
|Other titles||Our children, our future from vision to innovative impact :|
|Statement||Shungu Munyati ... [et al.] ; edited by Shungu Munyati.|
|LC Classifications||RA643.86.Z55 C46 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2008556780|
Millennium Development Goals 2 and 3, which are, respectively, to achieve universal primary education, and ensure that all children, both boys and girls, complete full primary schooling by , the Government of Zimbabwe needs to prioritise birth registration and simplify the process and the requirements for such Size: KB. Get this from a library! Survey on orphans and other vulnerable children in rural and urban high density Zimbabwe, / baseline survey for the Government of Zimbabwe and Unicef Country Programme in 21 Districts.. [S Saito; R Monasch].
The grouping of orphans and vulnerable children encompasses children in child-headed households, but not all research on orphans and vulnerable children may be applicable to child-headed households. For example, orphans and vulnerable children may be living with adult supervision whereas children heading their households may experience additional. Our study had 2 objectives: first, to propose a new theoretical framework for studying the causes and consequences of psychosocial problems among orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS and, second, to test and evaluate aspects of this framework using data from a large-scale, population-based, national survey in by:
The study population within these districts included CPC groups, community members, children and community and district leadership. Since the coverage of the support was at district level, the full list of wards in the district was used as a sampling frame from which six wards per district were selected using simple random sampling (SRS). women are at greatest risk. About 17 districts are highly burdened with more than cases per per year. In , acute respiratory infections accounted fo r 28% of all outpatient visits and diarrhoea for more than 5%. Main indicators1 Total population in million () % under 15 () 41 % of urban population ()2
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Areas with fewer households which are vulnerable. The OVC Population Census in Bulilimamangwe and Chimanimani districts was the first of its kind to be undertaken in Zimbabwe. In the past, national censuses captured data on orphanhood status without obtaining data on vulnerable children.
This census was done a year after the National. A Census of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Two Zimbabwean Districts; A Census of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Two Zimbabwean Districts Shungu Munyati (ed) Health and wellbeing are to improve the living conditions of orphans and vulnerable children; to support households and families to cope with the increasing burden of care for.
A census of orphans and vulnerable children in two Zimbabwean districtsShungu Munyati, Simbarashe Rusakaniko, Pakuromhunu F Mupambireyi, Stanford T Mahati, Peter Chibatamoto, & Brian ChandiwanaEdited by Shungu Munyati NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH RESEARCH, MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND CHILD WELFAREBIOMEDICAL RESEARCH & TRAINING.
Census of OVC in two Zimbabwean districts Note "The Human Sciences Research Council was commissioned by the WK Kellogg Foundation to develop and implement a five-year intervention project focusing on orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in southern Africa.
() A census of orphans and vulnerable children in two Zimbabawean districts. Cape Town: HSRC Press. Abstract: Inthe Human Sciences Research Council was commissioned by the WK Kellogg Foundation to develop and implement a five-year intervention project focusing on orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in southern Africa.
This report forms part of a series that examines the work undertaken as part of the Kellogg OVC Intervention Project from to It focuses on how children, families and communities are coping with the impact of HIV/AIDS, with particular emphasis on orphans and vulnerable children.
Countries in the Southern African region including Zimbabwe are facing an unprecedented crisis of children, including orphans, who are made vulnerable due to poverty and HIV and AIDS. The results of the study show that despite the growing number of orphans and vulnerable children in Zimbabwe, very few interventions have been designed and initiated to meet the psychosocial and.
Despite improvements in the economy and its impact on the humanitarian situation in the country, according to the national nutrition survey, one in every three children in Zimbabwe is chronically malnourished and malnutrition contributes to nea child deaths.
Our children our future: From vision to innovative impact community responses to orphans and vulnerable children. A qualitative assessment of orphans and vulnerable children in two Zimbabwe districts.
Cape Town: HSRC Press. Google ScholarCited by: 1. either an orphan or a vulnerable child. Approximately 10% (n ¼ )ofchildrenwerepaternalorphans,2%(n ¼ ) maternal orphans, 2% (n ¼ 83) double orphans and 15% (n ¼ ) were vulnerable because of other reasons.
Prevalence of ill-health Seven per cent of children under the age of 5 years had suffered from an ARI in the 2 weeks Cited by: This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. A census of orphans and vulnerable children in two zimbabwean districts.
S Munyati. HSRC Press, 32 * Psychosocial Conditions of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Two Zimbabwean Districts. A Chingono, S Rusakaniko, S Mahati, HSRC Press, Zimbabwe Area and Population Density.
Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa with a surface area ofsquare miles (, square kilometers). In combination with its relatively small size, its also relatively sparsely populated. When calculated with the population of million people, the population density of Zimbabwe is people per.
Our children, our future: from vision to innovative impact community responses to orphans and vulnerable children Inthe Human Sciences Research Council was commissioned by the WK Kellogg Foundation to develop and implement a five-year intervention project focusing on orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in southern Africa.
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Orphans and Other Vulnerable Children and Adolescents In Zimbabwe A Study on Street Children in Zimbabwe (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) Children of the street Children on the street Orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) is a project funded by USAID/Displaced Children and Orphans Fund (DCOF) as part of the Coordinating Comprehensive Care More.
Octo 4Children OVC project in Lesotho has introduced case conferencing approach as part of its direct service delivery to vulnerable children. A case conference. An estimated million people were living with HIV inwith % being children years 3. Among adults 15+ years living with HIV, 59% were females.
2 3. Social Protection System (formal and informal) Legal provisions and intentions The constitution of Zimbabwe provides for amongst other things, the provision of social protection to selected population groups. In its founding values the constitution espouses the respect of the elderly, children and peo-ple with Size: 76KB.
BASIC EDUCATION STATISTICAL BOOKLET iii List of Tables Table 1: Number of Schools and Enrolments, Actual and Adjusted Figures () 4 Table 2: Number of Schools 5 Table 3: Enrolment by Gender (‘) and Gender Parity Index 7 Table 4: Enrolment by Education Levels, in thousands 8 Table 5: Special Needs, Orphaned and Vulnerable Children 9File Size: 1MB.
The HIV prevalence rate has declined from percent in to percent in ; this however is one of the highest in the world.
The net effects of HIV and AIDS and poverty continue to place a heavy burden on orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and the families taking care of them. Zimbabwe has an estimated million OVC. Orphans and vulnerable children in 10 of Zimbabwe's poorest districts will start benefiting from a government scheme to help them go to school, have enough to .million children die every year in the first month of life, and a similar number are stillborn (WHO).
POVERTY. Children represent roughly a third of the world's population but account for almost half of all people living in extreme poverty (UNICEF).
An unprecedented million people have been forced from their homes.Zimbabwe has more than million children orphaned by Aids households headed by children below the age of Author: Thulani Mpofu.