Lusaka longitudinal livelihood cohort study

results of baseline study in peri-urban Lusaka
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Study Fund Committee of the World Bank Social Recovery Project , [Lusaka
Cost and standard of living -- Zambia -- Lusaka Region -- Longitudinal studies., Cost and standard of living -- Zambia -- Lusaka Region -- Statistics., Household surveys -- Zambia -- Lusaka Re

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Zambia, Lusaka Region, Lusaka Re

Statementauthored by Clare Chipimo-Mbizule ; edited by Basil Nundwe ; principal researcher, Clare Chipimo-Mbizule ; research assistants, Carlton Sulwe ... [et al.].
GenreLongitudinal studies., Statistics.
SeriesSerial ;, no. 43, Serial (World Bank. Social Recovery Fund. Study Fund Committee) ;, no. 43.
ContributionsNundwe, Basil.
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LC ClassificationsHD7064.6.Z8 L873 1997
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Paginationviii, 69 leaves :
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Open LibraryOL527283M
LC Control Number98981519

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The risk of a woman experiencing psychological distress during the postnatal Author: Lonia Mwape, Kestone Lyambai, Kabwe Chitundu. The present study is the first longitudinal population-based cohort study to examine whether physical performance, bone and joint diseases, and cognitive impairment are risk factors for single and multiple falls in men and women.

We found gender differences in risk factors for by: indicators for up to six points in time (in the case of Cohort ) between May and October It is a longitudinal study. Table 1 shows when the surveys were conducted and the number of months between baseline and Octoberwhich is the latest survey.

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Table 1: By cohort, number of months between baseline and October (latest. Our study design combined a prospective epidemiological cohort study () with a nested longitudinal ethnographic study, comparing the experiences of women with near-miss complications to.

Despite the acknowledgment that participatory approaches in development have potential in understanding and designing development programmes and policies, perceptions of development continue to be dominated by outsiders including professionals and other development agents, most of whom do not experience the conditions.

Using qualitative data collected from residents. Observational Bias during Nutrition Surveillance: Results of a Mixed Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Data Collection System in Northern A preview of.

“Water, Wine and Women”: Study on knowledge, attitudes practices and behaviours in a fishing community in Kazungula District, Southern Province, Zambia (). The Effects of HIV/AIDS on Agricultural Production Systems and Livelihoods in Zambia: A longitudinal study. report are based on the nationally representative Rural Agricultural Livelihood Survey conducted in Zambia between June and Julyin collaboration with the Central Statistical Office and the Ministry of Agriculture.

We wish to acknowledge the financial support of the Embassy of Sweden through the Swedish. Self-reported dietary intake and appetite predict early treatment outcome among low-BMI adults initiating HIV treatment in sub-Saharan Africa - Volume 16 Issue 3 - John R Koethe, Meridith Blevins, Claire Bosire, Christopher Nyirenda, Edmond K Kabagambe, Albert Mwango, Webster Kasongo, Isaac Zulu, Bryan E Shepherd, Douglas C HeimburgerCited by: Lessons on defining the household from a study of socio-economic status and HIV and AIDS in rural Uganda 15th May Janet Seeley, School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia Background The MRC General Population Cohort (GPC) study was established in in 15 rural villages (expanded to 25 villages in ) in a sub-county of.

members moving into a period of job insecurity and the remainder of the cohort. Self-reported health status tended to deteriorate among employees anticipating privatization compared with that of the rest of the cohort.

Ferrie et al. (a, b) England Administrative workers (Whitehall II) Longitudinal cohort study white-collar civil servants. The burden of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) in Sub-Saharan Africa is rising amidst a high prevalence of infectious diseases including HIV.

While use of certain Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) drugs has been shown to cause dyslipidaemia, little is known about the burden of CVD in the presence of Protease Inhibitors (PIs) in Sub-Saharan Africa. We investigated the incidence Cited by: 1. Longitudinal assessment of associations between food insecurity, antiretroviral adherence and HIV treatment outcomes in rural Uganda.

Longitudinal cohort study. A pilot study of food supplementation to improve adherence to antiretroviral therapy among food-insecure adults in Lusaka, Zambia. J Acquir Immune Defic by: The study was undertaken at Kamwala Health Centre, a typical peri-urban clinic in Lusaka.

The facility serves a large mixed population with a birth cohort more than deliveries each year. Within the premises of the clinic is the research facility, through which all under 5 clinic services were offered to the study : Roma Chilengi, Mah Asombang, Jillian L.

Kadota, Obvious N. Chilyabanyama, Katayi Mwila-Kazimbaya, Ha. available longitudinal cohort studies in a sub-Saharan African (SSA) context. It provides a rare record of more than a decade of demographic, socioeconomic and health conditions in one of the world's poorest countries.

With data collection rounds in,and for up to 4, individuals, the. Linear growth retardation is the most dominant nutritional problem globally. We aimed to describe linear growth trajectory among infants under 2 years of age using the WHO growth velocity standards.

This was a prospective cohort study of infants enrolled at 6 weeks of age and followed up for up to 24 months in Kamwala Urban Health Centre, Lusaka, Zambia. The study Author: Roma Chilengi, Mah Asombang, Jillian L.

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Chilyabanyama, Katayi Mwila-Kazimbaya, Ha. The above issues have been assessed through use of multiple quantitative and qualitative methods. The study shows that forty percent of households in the examined neighbourhoods earn money through operating HBEAs.

These are mainly operated by women and assist households in improving their livelihoods from a level of survival to a level of security. The Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, in partnership with the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa, were awarded a P01 grant in from the National Institute on Aging to study the drivers and consequences of HIV and non-communicable diseases in an aging population.

association between HIV/AIDS and migration. Thus a longitudinal cohort study in a rural county of Masaka District found age and sex-standardised seroprevalence rates were per cent overall, but just per cent for adults who had not moved home, per cent for adults who had moved within the village, per cent for.

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Disparate and partly overlapping frameworks of investigation are outlined, with an emphasis on three key questions. First, how is. HAALSI explores the impact of disease in a population that is now living longer. In South Africa, there are more people living with cardiovascular disease, HIV, cognitive functioning, &.

Background: The HIV epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa has had a major impact on infectious disease, and there is currently great interest in the impact of HIV on intestinal barrier function. A 3-year longitudinal cohort study was carried out in a shanty compound in Lusaka, Zambia at the time before antiretroviral therapy was widely available, to assess the impact of HIV on Cited by:   The study was undertaken at Kamwala Health Centre, a typical peri-urban clinic in Lusaka.

The facility serves a large mixed population with a birth cohort more than deliveries each year. Within the premises of the clinic is the research facility, through which all under 5 clinic services were offered to the study : Roma Chilengi, Mah Asombang, Jillian L.

Kadota, Obvious N. Chilyabanyama, Katayi Mwila-Kazimbaya, Ha. Analysing the Dynamics of Change: Using longitudinal, panel and cross sectional studies in development research.

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() Correction: Retention and viral suppression in a cohort of HIV patients on antiretroviral therapy in Zambia: Regionally representative estimates using a multistage-sampling-based approach. PLOS Medicine 16(8): eCited by: 1.