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Results Brief
16 September 2019

Youth living with HIV in Zambia: interpersonal violence, self-stigma, and viral suppression

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Project SOAR is refining and testing a peer-mentoring strategy in Zambia (Project YES!) to strengthen the capacity of health systems and families to support youth living with HIV (YLHIV) as they transition to, and engage in, self-management and adult HIV care and treatment. This brief highlights quantitative, qualitative, and clinical findings related to violence, self-stigma, and viral load among YLHIV participating in Project YES!

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Journal Article
16 July 2019

Research capacity strengthening in Sub-Saharan Africa: recognizing the importance of local partnerships in designing and disseminating HIV implementation science to reach the 90–90–90 goals

Go to article on the AIDS and Behavior website

This AIDS and Behavior article summarizes a 4-day Project SOAR workshop focused on strengthening capacity for investigators and in-country partners in implementation science research skills and on building relationships with stakeholders (including policymakers, programmers, and advocates) who are essential to the use of study results.

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Journal Article
16 September 2019

Association of antiretroviral drug regimen with viral suppression in HIV-positive children on antiretroviral therapy in Eswatini

Go to article on The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal website
Using enrollment data from a Project SOAR study evaluating a family-centered HIV care program in Eswatini, researchers investigated the antiretroviral therapy (ART) histories and virologic outcomes of enrolled children living with HIV and identified factors associated with viral suppression and undetectability.

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