In addition to undertaking research and implementing programmes
CeSHHAR has a strong commitment to strengthening research capacity among Zimbabwean graduates.
Three CeSHHAR researchers have completed their PhDs in 2013, 2014 and 2016 respectively.
One researcher has been awarded a Masters in Medical Statistics.
To conduct high quality, relevant and ethical research, deliver innovative programmes, and strengthen research and programmatic capacity in order to inform evidence-based sexual & reproductive health and HIV programming and policy making.
Values and Principles
- Locally-appropriate, culturally relevant, research informed by the public health needs of Zimbabwe
- Ethically sound research guided by local and international guidelines and regulations
- Striving for scientific excellence and innovation in sexual health and HIV programming and research
- Community engagement to ensure sustainability and ownership of programs
- Transparency in organisational processes and dissemination of information
- Inclusive of all regardless of gender, culture and economic status