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Women throughout the world are suffering the brunt of HIV/AIDS.
They carry the unenviable tag of being the suffering group who are at risk.
Women’s vulnerability to HIV/AIDS is a subject that has not received adequate attention to date.
This empirical study examines the socio-cultural factors and practices that impede upon behavioural change of Zimbabwean women in an era of HIV/AIDS.
Firstly, a sample of 1002 women respondents is purposefully drawn from the six major Zimbabwean ethnic groups to participate in this research study.
A survey questionnaire is administered to respondents in the age group 18 to 59 years to quantify the levels and magnitude of the HIV/AIDS problem among women.
Secondly, fifty in-depth interviews with key informants are conducted to assess the nature of the problem confronting and impeding upon women’s quest to attain good reproductive health.
Thirdly, six focus group discussions for each of the respective six ethnic groups are conducted with forty-eight mature women to understand broadly the concepts of the study..
Dr Nyoni was born in rural Zvishavane and grew up in patriarchal Zimbabwe.
He studied Population Studies and Sociology at UZ and South Africa respectively.
He has taught at Madziwa, Mkoba, the Zimbabwe Open University and Bindura University of Science Education.
He is interested in research in Gender, Demography and Political and Economic Science.
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