Mr. Wilfred Nunu

Mr. Wilfred Nunu

Lecturer - Environmental Science & Health

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Website: http://www.nust.ac.zw

Office: Lab 4 We

Extension: 2473

Email: wilfred.nunu@nust.ac.zw

Qualifications
Master in Public Health Specialising in Health Systems and Policies (University of Witwatersrand South Africa); Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Environmental Science and Health (NUST, Zimbabwe); Postgraduate Diploma in Higher Education (NUST Zimbabwe); Occupational Safety and environmental Management Certificate (National Social Security Authority (NSSA) Zimbabwe)
Current Studies: PhDPH, University of Venda in South Africa. Title of Thesis: Indigenous Knowledge Systems and adolescent sexual experiences in Plumtree, Zimbabwe and the potential to adopt them into the Health system.

Research
Health Systems Review. The impact of Primary Health Care in reducing inequity in disadvantaged populations in rural Zimbabwe; Indigenous Knowledge Systems and adolescent sexual experiences in Plumtree, Zimbabwe; Moving towards Universal Health Coverage. The Zimbabwean Health Care Context; HIV and AIDS Policies: Lessons from Zimbabwe.

 

Publications by Mr. Wilfred Nunu

Wilfred N. Nunu, Pascalia O. Munyewende: Patient satisfaction with nurse-delivery Primary Health Care Services in Free State and Gauteng Provinces, South Africa: A comparative study. Accepted in the Oasis’ African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine (Nov 2016).

Papers in Press

Oliver Dube, Wilfred N. Nunu, Nyasha Dube: An assessment of handling of Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) at household level in Nkulumane 2 Suburb in Bulawayo (Submitted to Elsevier Journal of Resources, Conservation and Recycling and is under peer review).

Wilfred N. Nunu, Tendai Kativhu, Phakamani Moyo: An Evaluation of the effectiveness of the Behaviour Based Safety Initiative card system at Pretoria Portland Cement in Zimbabwe(Submitted to Elservier Journal of Safety Health at Work and is under peer review)

Wilfred N. Nunu, Oliver Dube, Buhlebenkosi Ncube: A comparative investigation of nutritional factors influencing distribution of Mopani worms (Imbrasia belina) in Mopani woodlands in Kezi and Tsholotsho (Submitted to Elsevier Journal of Ecology).

Landiwe H Nyatanga, Wilfred N. Nunu, Ngonidzashe Gumbo: Assessing the effectiveness of Positive Deviance Hearth program in curbing child malnutrition in Sivalo Village in Lupane (Submitted to the South African Journal of Child Health).

Wilfred N. Nunu, Buhlebenkosi Ncube, Keith N Ncube, Oliver Dube: Assessing the effects of holistic grazing on grass species diversity in the Hwange communal lands (Submitted to Elsevier Journal of Environmental Sciences).

Conferences Presentations

National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe 4th Symposium (14 October 2016) oral presentation of research work titled “A comparative investigation of nutritional factors influencing distribution of Mopani worms (Imbrasia belina) in Mopani woodlands in Kezi and Tsholotsho”.

National University of Science and Technology 4th Annual Research Day (28 July 2016) oral presentation of research work titled “Comparing patient satisfaction with Primary Health care services in Gauteng and free state provinces”.

Wits School of Public Health Research day (25 Aug 2015), presented a poster on “Comparing patient satisfaction with Primary Health care services in Gauteng and free state provinces”.

Zimbabwe’s Research Intellectual Expo on Science, Engineering and Technology (RIE-SET 2-5 September 2015) presented a poster on “Comparing patient satisfaction with Primary Health care services in Gauteng and free state provinces”.

Public Health Association of South Africa Postgraduate Student Symposium in Durban: (7-9 October 2015) presented a poster on “Comparing patient satisfaction with Primary Health care services in Gauteng and Free State Provinces”.

Wits Molecular Biosciences Research Thrust Postgraduate Research day (2 Dec 2015) presented a poster on “Comparing patient satisfaction with Primary Health care services in Gauteng and Free State Provinces”.

University of the Witwatersrand’s Cross Faculty Symposium (02 March 2016): Oral presentation of research work titled “Comparing patient satisfaction with Primary Health care services in Gauteng and free state provinces”.