The Evidence for HIV Prevention in Southern Africa (EHPSA) programme (2014-2018) is a
intervention contributing to national, regional and global processes on HIV prevention
through generating evidence of what works and why, and developing strategies to inform policy making processes. The programme specifically targets HIV prevention efforts for some of the most vulnerable populations – adolescents, prisoners and men who have sex with men, acrossselected countries in eastern and southern Africa.
This case study focuses on a Swaziland pilot on the impact of school dropout.
This study is part of the Technical Assistance for the Southern Africa Regional Programme on HIV prevention evidence programme
Koch, J. The EHPSA Fellowship scheme: documenting a journey. (2017) EHPSA Case Studies
The EHPSA Fellowship scheme, documenting a journey