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Name: Amina Suleiman Msengwa
College/School/Division: College of Social Sciences
Role: Lecturer Department of Statistics
Current Summarised CV:

Name:   Amina Suleiman Msengwa, B.A. (Statistics), M.A. (Statistics), Ph.D. (UDSM)

Title:  Lecturer Department of Statistics

Areas of Specialization:         Statistical Modelling,Biostatistics, Bayesian Approach and disease mapping

Recent Publications:  

  • PAUL Edwin and MSENGWA Amina S. (2018). Prevalence and socio-demographic factors associated with malaria infection among children under five years in Tanzania.  Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology.  Vol. 10(11), pp. 387-394
  • PAUL Edwin, Naimani Godwin M and MSENGWA Amina S. (2017).  An Identification and Assessment of the Needs and Necessary Conditions for Transferring Students from Informal to Formal Education System, a Case Study of Complementary Basic Education (COBET).  Huria: Journal of the Open University of Tanzania - Vol 24, No 3
  • Selemani  Majige, Msengwa  Amina, Mrema  Sigilbert, Shamte  Amri, Mahande  Michael, Yeates  Karen, Mbago  Maurice, Lutambi  Angelina (2016).  Assessing the effects of mosquito nets on malaria mortality using a space time model: a case study of Rufiji and Ifakara Health and Demographic Surveillance System sites in rural Tanzania.  Malaria Journal, 15:257
  • Lulu Sakafu, Teddy Mselle, Julius Mwaiselage, Amina Msengwa, Khamza Maunda1 and Bouyoucef S. Eddin (2016). Clinician’s awareness and knowledge on the management of differentiated thyroid cancer and the use of radioactive iodine in Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research, Volume 18, Number 2
  • Selemani  Majige, Mrema  Sigilbert, Shamte  Amri, Shabani  Josephine, Mahande  Michael, Yeates  Karen, Msengwa  Amina, Mbago  Maurice, Lutambi  Angelina (2015). Spatial and space time clustering of mortality due to malaria in rural Tanzania: evidence from Ifakara and Rufiji Health and Demographic Surveillance System sites. Malaria Journal, 14:369
  • Ikenna C Eze, Amina Msengwa, RenataMandike and Christian Lengeler (2014). Mass distribution of free insecticide-treated nets do not interfere with continuous net distribution in Tanzania. Malaria Journal 2014, 13:196

Conference:3rd Statistical Conference of Department of Statistics, University of Dodoma, Tanzania

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