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Mr T. Chevo


Mr T. Chevo (PhD Candidate)

Key Research area: Urban Poverty, Agricultural Studies, Social Policy in Sub Saharan Africa



1. Chevo (2013) Agricultural and the Tonga in Tonga Timeline: Appraising 60 years of Multidisciplinary Research in Zimbabwe and Zambia. ABC Books. Oxford. United Kingdom
2. Taderera. H, Madhekeni, A, Chevo. T, & Zhou. G. (2012) Sector Wide Approach in Health: Policy Response and Framework in Zimbabwe. Journal of Public Administration and Governance Vol. 2
3. Chevo. T & Bhatasara. S (2012) HIV and AIDS Programs in Zimbabwe: Implications for the Health System. International Scholarly Research Network on Immunology Volume 2012,
4. Sekesai Mtapuri-Zinyowera1, Edward Chiyaka, Sandra Bhatasara, Tafadzwa Chevo, Nelson Muparamoto, Wellington Mushayi, Godfrey Musuka6, Florence Naluyinda-Kitabire, Angella Mushavi, Sue Lesson’s learnt after one and a half years of implementation of the PIMA point-of-care CD4 cell count machine in 35 maternal new-born and child health (MNCH) settings in Zimbabwe. Fourthcoming

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