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Garikayi Bernard Chemhaka
Garikayi Bernard Chemhaka
Computational Social Science
E-mail megerősítve itt: uniswa.sz
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A multilevel analysis of individual, household and community level factors on stunting among children aged 6–59 months in Eswatini: A secondary analysis of the Eswatini 2010 …
MS Simelane, GB Chemhaka, E Zwane
PLoS One 15 (10), e0241548, 2020
202020
The proximate determinants of fertility in Eswatini
GB Chemhaka, CO Odimegwu
African journal of reproductive health 23 (2), 65-75, 2019
122019
Involuntary childlessness and marital infidelity among women in Sub-Saharan African Countries: an assessment of the moderating role of women’s education
E Olamijuwon, C Odimegwu, G Chemhaka
Archives of Sexual Behavior 50 (2), 601-614, 2021
112021
Predicting diarrhoea among children under five years using machine learning techniques
E Mbunge, G Chemhaka, J Batani, C Gurajena, T Dzinamarira, G Musuka, ...
Computer Science On-line Conference, 94-109, 2022
102022
Individual and Community factors associated with lifetime fertility in Eswatini. An application of Easterlin-Crimmins model.
GB Chemhaka, C Odimegwu
Journal of Population Research, 2020
92020
Implementation of ensemble machine learning classifiers to predict diarrhoea with SMOTEENN, SMOTE, and SMOTETomek class imbalance approaches
E Mbunge, MN Sibiya, S Takavarasha, RC Millham, G Chemhaka, ...
2023 Conference on Information Communications Technology and Society (ICTAS …, 2023
72023
Predicting HIV Status Using Machine Learning Techniques and Bio-Behavioural Data from the Zimbabwe Population-Based HIV Impact Assessment (ZIMPHIA15-16)
I Chingombe, G Musuka, E Mbunge, G Chemhaka, DF Cuadros, ...
Computer Science On-line Conference, 247-258, 2022
72022
Factors associated with poor maternal health care services utilization in Eswatini: A secondary analysis of a nationally representative household survey
LP Dlamini, MC Shongwe, MS Simelane, GB Chemhaka, FN Magagula
Midwifery 106, 103250, 2022
72022
Unsafe disposal of faeces and its correlates among children under three years in Eswatini
MS Simelane, GB Chemhaka, T Maphosa, E Zwane
South African Journal of Child Health 14 (4), 217-223, 2020
62020
Application of machine learning techniques for predicting child mortality and identifying associated risk factors
E Mbunge, SG Fashoto, B Muchemwa, RC Millham, G Chemhaka, ...
2023 Conference on Information Communications Technology and Society (ICTAS …, 2023
52023
Is Swaziland census data suitable for fertility measurement?
GB Chemhaka, C Odimegwu, EN Zwane, JD Gumbo
Genus 72, 1-13, 2016
52016
Assessment of Determinants of Domestic Water Demand in Rural Areas of Swaziland
K Gamedze, DS Tevera, GB Chemhaka
Current Research Journal of Social Sciences 4 (3), 196-200, 2012
52012
Contraceptive use in Eswatini: do contextual influences matter?
C Odimegwu, GB Chemhaka
Journal of Biosocial Science 53 (1), 20-37, 2021
42021
Education elasticities of young women fertility in sub-Saharan Africa: Insights from Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Zimbabwe
P Ndagurwa, GB Chemhaka
Development Southern Africa, 2020
42020
Reading fertility stalls in census data: The case of Kenya
M Garenne, R McCaa, C Odimegwu, S Adedini, G Chemhaka
Population Association of America 2015 Annual Meeting, San Diego, USA, 2015
42015
Estimation of Swaziland fertility: What do the methods tell us?
GB Chemhaka, C Odimegwu, E Zwane, N Chadoka, JD Gumbo
Southern African Journal of Demography 17 (1), 7-66, 2016
32016
Prevalence and determinants of inconsistent condom use among unmarried sexually active youth. a secondary analysis of the 2016-2017 Eswatini HIV incidence measurement survey
MS Simelane, GB Chemhaka, FS Shabalala, PT Simelane, Z Vilakati
African Health Sciences 23 (1), 400-9, 2023
22023
Family changes and childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa
P Ndagurwa, GB Chemhaka
Family demography and post-2015 development agenda in Africa, 223-242, 2020
22020
Socio-Economic differentials in fertility in Zimbabwe from 1980 to 2005
GB Chemhaka
http://hdl.handle.net/11427/5898, 2009
22009
Women’s socioeconomic status and attitudes toward intimate partner violence in Eswatini: A multilevel analysis
GB Chemhaka, S Moyo, MS Simelane, C Odimegwu
Plos ONE 18 (11), e0294160, 2023
12023
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