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Mrs. Pamela D. Motsi

Qualifications:

Doctor of Philosophy candidate, University of Zimbabwe; Master of Science in Social Work, University of Zimbabwe,1990; Bachelor of Science in Social Work, University of the West Indies,1982 ; Diploma in Social Work.

Academic Appointments:

Lecturer

Research Interests:

Women, HIV/AIDS and gender mainstreaming, Child welfare and protection work


Faculty: Social And Behavioural Sciences
Department: Social Work
Research Category: Behavioral Sciences
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1. Dhlembeu, N., Motsi, P.D., & Mhiribidi, S. (2015). Post-Qualifying Training Framework for Probation Work In Zimbabwe. Harare: Government of Zimbabwe – Manual
2. Motsi, P.D. & Dziro, C. (2015). Module on Post Qualification and Assessment of Foreign Trained Social Workers and their Suitability for Professional Practice in Zimbabwe. Harare: Council for Social Workers in Zimbabwe.
3. Chatiza,K. Marongwe, N., Motsi, P.D., Dhlembeu, N.,& Mushamba, S. (2014). Baseline Survey of Children in Need of Care: Residential Child Care Facilities. Harare: Government of Zimbabwe Publications.
4. Motsi, P.D. (2012). The Sin of the People of Lot- Homosexuality in Zimbabwe: A Social Work Voice. Sunnyvale, CA: Lambert Publications
5. Motsi, P.D. (2011). Seeking the Balance between HIV Prevention Programmes and Tradition, with Respect to Married Shona Women in Zimbabwe: A Social Work Perspective. Sunnyvale, CA: Lambert Publications.
Journal Articles
6. Takaza, S. Motsi, P.D., & Chabongora. B. (2015). An Evaluation of Partnerships That Exist Between Statutory and Voluntary Organizations: The Case Study of CRS and CARITAS Zimbabwe, International Organization of Scientific Research (IOSR): Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 20(1), 21-27
7. Takaza, S., Motsi, P. D., & Chabongora, B. (2015). An Evaluation of Partnerships That Exist Between Statutory and Voluntary Organizations: The Case Study of CRS and Caritas Zimbabwe. IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 20(1), Ver. V , 21-27 DOI: 10.9790/0837-20152127
8. Dhlembeu, N., Motsi, P.D., & Mhiribidi, S. (2015). Post-Qualifying Training Motsi P.D., Mabvurira, V., & Masuka T. (2013). A critical analysis of social casework dimensions in Africa – the Case for Zimbabwe. International Journal of Multi-disciplinary Research Academy 4(2), 304-311.
9. Motsi P.D (2013) Mabvurira V. & Masuka, T.(2013). An Analysis of Social Casework Dimensions in Africa . International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences, 3(1), 114-124.
10. Motsi, P. D., Banda, R. G., & Mabvurira, V. (2012). Traditional practices and uptake of female condoms in Zimbabwe. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies, 3(3), 365-37
11. Mabvurira, V., Motsi, P. D., Masuka, T., & Chigondo,E. (2012). The “politics” of sexual identities in Zimbabwe: A Social Work perspective? International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(13), 138.
12. Nyikahadzoi, K., Samati, R., Motsi, P. D., Siziba, S., & Adekunle, A. (2012). Strategies for improving the economic status of female-headed households in eastern Zimbabwe: the case for adopting the IAR4D framework's innovation platforms. Journal of Social Development in Africa, 27(2), 59.
13. Mturi, A., Sekudu, J., Kweka, O., Botlhale, E., Samati, K. N. R., Motsi, P. D., & Mapira, J. (2012). Social development and the challenge of vulnerability Articles Understanding the experiences and challenges of child-headed households and the role of social grants in South Africa. Journal of Social Development in Africa, 27(2).

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