Do peer educators make a difference? An evaluation of a youth-led HIV prevention model in Zambian Schools.

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Restless Development's youth-led model places trained Volunteer Peer Educators (VPEs), aged 18-25 years, in schools to teach HIV prevention and reproductive health (RH). VPEs also run youth centers, extracurricular and community-based activities. This evaluation assesses (i) program effects on students' HIV/RH knowledge, attitudes and behaviors using a non… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/her/cyr093

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@article{Denison2012DoPE, title={Do peer educators make a difference? An evaluation of a youth-led HIV prevention model in Zambian Schools.}, author={Julie A. Denison and Steven S L Tsui and Jennifer M. Bratt and Kwasi E. Torpey and M. A. Weaver and Mushota E. Kabaso}, journal={Health education research}, year={2012}, volume={27 2}, pages={237-47} }