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/Dr Eve K. Chandaengerwa
Dr Eve K. Chandaengerwa

Position: Lecturer

Department: Sociology
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Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology (University of Pretoria)
  • Master of Science in Sociology and Anthropology (University of Zimbabwe)
  • Bachelor of Science Honours in Sociology (University of Zimbabwe)

Research Interests

  • Childhood
  • Youth and Child rights
  • Socio-Cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropology of Health and Illness
  • Evidence Based research and Policy

Publications

  • Musvosvi-Chandaengerwa E. K. 2016. Using Evidence Based Research to Monitor Child Rights in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Child Monitor 2015.UNICEF, SIDA and the Women’s University in Africa.
  • Chereni, A. and Chandaengerwa, E. 2015 Birth Registration in Zimbabwe: Challenges and Current Interventions. The Zimbabwe Child Monitor 2015.UNICEF, SIDA and the Women’s University in Africa.
  • Bourdillon, M. and Musvosvi, E. K. 2014.What can Children`s rights Mean when Children are Struggling to Survive? : The case of Chiweshe, Zimbabwe. In   A. Twun –DansoImoh and N. Ansell, “Children`s Lives in the Era of Children`s Rights:  The Progress of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Africa” Routledge: London and New York.
  • Nhenga-Chakarisa T, Mushayavanhu D, Muchemwa L, Musvosvi-Chandaengerwa E, 2014. Child Rights Training Manual for Parliamentarians of Zimbabwe, WUA/UNICEF.
  • Musvosvi E. K.  2009 “We Only Give Condoms to Adults; the Youth Here are not promiscuous!” Daily Experiences and Innovative Youth Responses in Navigating Sexuality, Sex Education, and Reproductive Health Services in Rural Zimbabwe. Culture, Health and Sexuality 11 (1) International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society.
  • Musvosvi E. K. 2007 Masculinities Unveiled: Expressions of Male Sexualities in the Local Discourses of Rural Youths in Zimbabwe. Culture, Health and Sexuality 9(1) International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society.

Community Engagement: 

(Voluntary and Media Activities Participated in)

  • Training Women Councillors in Zimbabwe on Women and Leadership in Africa: Workshop organised by ARDCZ and WILG held at Cresta Oasis Hotel, Harare, and September 2019.
  • Participated in The Spot-Light Initiative Workshop on Gender Based Violence in Children, held at the Bronte Hotel October 2019, Harare.
  • The KOICA (Korean International Cooperation Agency) Clean-up Campaign in Norton 2019, held in Norton, Zimbabwe.
  • The KOICA Green House Project Launch 2018, Jairos Jiri Children`s Home, Harare
  • The Auntie Flo Show: Discussant on The Link between Development and our Cultural practices in Zimbabwe, ZBH 2017, Harare.
  • The KOICA Hostel Adoption of a Jairos Jiri  Hostel ,  held  at the Jairos Jiri Children`s Home, Harare in 2017.
  • The Auntie Flo Show: Discussant on Religions and Culture in Zimbabwe. ZBH 2016, Harare.
  • The 8pm News, ZBH on The Significance of the International Women`s Day 2016.
  • The Child Rights Fun Run and Stop Child Labour Campaign in Chiredzi Organised by WUA, CACLAS and UNICEF 2015.(Titled: Children in School and Parents to Work)
  • Position paper for the International Child Labour Symposium for Dec 11-12, 2014 ( hosted by WUA, HIVOS and the Netherlands Embassy)

(Community Engagement Workshops Facilitated and Titles of papers shared there)

  • Chandaengerwa, E. K. 2019.  Women and Leadership in Africa: Reflections from Anthropological Literature. Presented at the Women Councillors Workshop by ARDCZ and WILG held at Cresta Oasis Hotel, Harare, and September 2019.
  • Musvosvi Chandaengerwa, E. K. 2017.Reflections on the Current Policies and Practices related to Gender and Development in Zimbabwe. KOICA- KAAZ- (Korean International Cooperation Agency and KOICA Alumnae Association of Zimbabwe Seminar): ‘Sharing Development Experiences between Korea and Zimbabwe held at Cresta Oasis Hotel, Harare. October, 2017.
  • Musvosvi-Chandaengerwa E. K. 2015. Training Zimbabwean Parliamentarians on Child Rights Issues in Zimbabwe. UNICEF and SIDA workshop and the Women’s University in Africa- held at Trout beck Hotel in Inyanga, Zimbabwe.
  • Musvosvi Chandaengerwa, E. K. 2015. Reflections on the Current Policies and Practices related to Gender and Development in Zimbabwe. KOICA- KAAZ- (Korean International Cooperation Agency and KOICA Alumnae Association of Zimbabwe Seminar): ‘Sharing Development Experiences between Korea and Zimbabwe held at Cresta Oasis hotel, Harare. October, 2016.
  • Musvosvi Chandaengerwa, E. 2015, Re-thinking child-research paradigms for a new era? Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities of Conducting Ethnographic Research with Children, in rural Zimbabwe. The Alternative Zimbabwe Workshop, (TREP), January 9-10University of Zimbabwe.
  • Musvosvi Chandaengerwa, E. K. 2014,   “ Reflections on  Childhood Agency in the Context of AIDS and Political economic Change in Rural Zimbabwe, The Alternative Zimbabwe Workshop, TREP, January 9-10, University of Zimbabwe.
  • Musvosvi, E. K. 2012 “Gendered Childhoods: Negotiating Child Work, the State and Capital in Zimbabwe”, CODESRIA Children`s Institute (Dakar, Senegal).
  • Musvosvi E. K. 2010 “Silences and Denials: Everyday Experiences of Young People in Navigating Gender, AIDS and Sexuality in Rural Zimbabwe. Imagined Futures Conference IV, University of Pretoria.
  • Musvosvi E. K.  2009 “We Only Give Condoms to Adults; the Youth Here are not Promiscuous!” Daily Experiences and Innovative Youth Responses in Navigating Sexuality, Sex Education, and Reproductive Health Services in Rural Zimbabwe. International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society VII Conference, Hanoi: Vietnam.
  • Musvosvi E. K. 2009 Navigating Childhood Sexualities. Centre for the Study of AIDS Research Indaba, University of Pretoria, Pretoria: South Africa.
  • Musvosvi E. K. 2008 Making Masculinities, Making sexualities? Anthropology Southern Africa, University of Cape Town, Cape Town: South Africa.

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