Kudzanayi Mvududu

Kudzanayi is a sexual and reproductive health and rights researcher with progressive experience in working with Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) from multicultural and diverse backgrounds in Zimbabwe. She is skilled at generating evidence using qualitative and quantitative research methods to inform reproductive, maternal, and adolescent health policy and programming. Her track record in working with the Ministry of Health and non-profit NGOs has provided meaningful contribution to health systems strengthening intervention programmes at national and local level.

Having completed her master’s thesis on HIV self-testing innovations in 2014 at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Kudzanayi’s current research interests have evolved and include Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives. She is being supervised by Professor Catriona Macleod in exploring the text underpinning provision of LARC services in South Africa and New Zealand. 


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