Dr Priscilla Mataure is the Coordinator of the BSc (Honours) Degree in Clinical Midwifery at the Women’s University in Africa. She has over 20 years of experience in Clinical and Public Health; Sexual Reproductive and Rights; Programme Planning and Design; Strategic Plan Development; Monitoring, Evaluation and Appraisal of community based and institutional programmes; gender mainstreaming and development; and other development programmes.


She has skills in Qualitative and Quantitative Research, Guidelines and Materials Development, Health Promotion, HIV and AIDS programming, Home Based Palliative Care, Systemic Counselling, Youth Education and Life Skills Training, Health Systems Strengthening and Management; Advocacy and Policy Analysis. She has done research and training for various organisations and institutions such as UNFPA, UNICEF, European Union, USAID, DFID, UNDP, DANIDA, FAO, Ministries of Health, Ministries of Education, and several international and local organisations in the southern Africa region. She has an International Scholar Research Training from the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at the University of California in San Francisco. She has conducted several published and unpublished researches commissioned by various agencies and institutions.


Educational Qualifications:



Degrees/ Diploma(s) obtained

University of South Africa

PhD, in Health Sciences


University of London (United Kingdom)

MSc Health Systems Management


London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Diploma Health Systems Management


Cuttington University (Liberia)

BSc Nursing


Mpilo Hospital (Zimbabwe)

State Registered Nurse (SRN)


Phoebe Hospital (Liberia)

State Certified Midwife (SCM)


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