EVIDENCE

Zvandiri is an evidence-based model which has been designed, delivered, evolved and scaled over the last 18 years. It is informed by evidence from our programme data, evaluations and research and the lived experiences and needs of the young people we work with. This has shaped the work of Zvandiri and  strengthened the evidence-base for global and national guidelines, service delivery and resources allocated for paediatric and adolescent HIV. 

It helps to talk: A guiding framework (TRUST) for peer support in delivering mental health care for adolescents living with HIV

Published in PLOS One

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Zvandiri- Friendship Bench Trial Protocol

Published in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health

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The Zvandiri Trial commentary

Published in The Lancet Journal

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Integrating a peer-led grief intervention within HIV services for ALHIV

Published in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health

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The Zvandiri journey to scale

Published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

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The Zvandiri Trial Protocol

Published in Trials

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Understanding the lived experiences of adolescents living with HIV and their caregivers to inform a psychosocial support intervention.

Published in PLOS One

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The experiences of peer supporters of delivering peer support and their own support needs 

Published in the Journal of the International AIDS Society

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The Zvandiri Trial

Published in The Lancet Journal

The effectiveness of CATS across the 95-95-95 cascade

Published in Global Health: Science and Practice Journal

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The Gokwe study

Published in BMC Public Health

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Mapping the stories of young people living with HIV and mental health conditions

Published in PLOS One

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Digital Story Telling

Published in the Child Youth Service Review

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