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Posttraumatic Stress among Women with HIV in Zambia
(Medical Journal of Zambia., 2017)
This Journal article examines whether HIV-Positive women in Lusaka District, Zambia, displays a higher degree of PSTD-Symptoms than HIV-Negative control group. The study targeted 50 HIV positive women from four ART Clinics ...
Value Chain Analysis of Indigenous Poultry Sub-Sector In Lusaka and Surrounding Districts – Zambia
The indigenous poultry subsector plays an important role in the livelihood of Zambian smallholder farmer households. Most households keep flocks of indigenous chicken with little inputs, but serve as the main source of ...
An Assessment of the Growth Opportunities and Constraints in Zambia’s Cotton Industry
(Asian Journal of Business Management, 2014-02-15)
The main objective of this study was to assess the major opportunities and constraints in Zambia’s cotton industry. The study found that the cotton sector has considerable potential to contribute to growth and employment in ...
Understanding the Labour Market of Human Resources for Health in Zambia
(World Health Organisation, 2013-11)
Universal health coverage depends on having the necessary human resources to deliver health care services. Zambia is among the African countries currently experiencing a crisis in the area of human resources for health ...
Transaction costs and smallholder household access to maize markets in Zambia
(Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics, 2013-09)
After liberalization of the Zambian economy, farmers were faced with the responsibility of finding the right buyers, negotiating prices and delivering produce leading to them incurring transaction costs. This study aimed ...
Assessing the Feasibility of Implementing the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP) through an Electronic Voucher System in Zambia
(Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute ( IAPRI), 2012-04)
A number of problems plague the current Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP), including: late delivery of inputs; distribution of standardized inputs that may not be appropriate for all agro-ecological zones or soil types; ...
Challenges faced by the aged in old people’s homes in Zambia
(International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 2015-07)
This paper is an extract from a PhD study on caring for the aged in old people’s homes in Zambia and implications for Adult Education programmes. It discusses the challenges faced by the aged residing in old people’s ...
Challenges faced by caregivers in old people’s homes in Zambia
(National Journal of Advanced Research, 2016-01)
This paper is an extract from a PhD study on caring for the aged in old people’s homes in Zambia and implications for adult education programmes. It discusses the challenges faced by caregivers in old people’s homes which ...
Foreign Direct Investment in Extractive Industries in Sub Saharan Africa:A real hope or a mirage?
This study analyses aspects of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) that have a direct bearing on the national economy, the social and economic well-being of workers and the environment