Myness is a Social Scientist for the Generation Malawi Project at the Malawi Epidemiology and Intervention Research Unit (MEIRU). She is a Public Health specialist with strong expertise in qualitative research. Her key role in the project is to ensure that research is designed and conducted in a manner that is acceptable to communities by focussing on ethics in the recruitment of study participants. She comes with extensive research experience from Partners in Health where she worked as a Research Fellow for the community health programs. Her passion has always been to contribute towards achieving health equity for the most vulnerable groups in rural areas in Malawi. Her research interests are Bioethics and Behavioural Sciences. With her qualitative research expertise, she is strong in protocol development, data collection, data analysis and disseminating results both locally and internationally.
Brown C, Lilford R, Griffiths F, Oppong-Darko P, Ndambo M, Okoh-Owusu M, Wroe E. Case study of a method of development of a selection process for community health workers in sub-Saharan Africa. Hum Resour Health. 2019 Oct 25; 17(1):75. Doi: 10.1186/s12960-019-0412-2. PMID: 31653269; PMCID: PMC6815009.
Myness Stella Kasanda Ndambo, Fabien Munyaneza, Moses Aron, Henry Makungwa, Annie Michaelis, Basimenye Nhlema, Emilia Connolly. A qualitative study on the role of Community Health Workers in influencing social connectedness using the household model: A case study of Neno District, Malawi. 2020.11.12 DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-81409/v1