Environmental Science & Health
National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe
Tatenda Ncozana is a Lecturer in the department of Environmental Science & Health in the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe.
Occupational hygiene, water resources and wastewater reuse, heavy metal and pesticide pollution, environmental toxicology, environmental economics.
Manyeruke Norman, Ncozana Tatenda and Demberere Tendai, 2013. “Womenparticipationintraditionalleadershiproles: An assessment of the perceptions, contributions and obstacles facingwomenleadersintraditionalleadershiprolesand governance, the case of Zaka district in Zimbabwe”.Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Volume 1, Issue 15
Demberere Tendai, Muyambo Margaret, Mutengu Sherman, Ncozana Tatenda and Manyeruke Norman. An analysis of the effectiveness of WASH interventions in relation to diarrhoeal diseases in Chipinge district, Zimbabwe. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (Accepted in November 2014)
Demberere Tendai, Chidziya Tayedza, Ncozana Tatenda and Manyeruke Norman. Knowledge and Practices regarding Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) among mothers of under-fives in rural Zimbabwe: The Case of Mawabeni communal area- Umzingwane District of Zimbabwe. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (Accepted in May 2015)