Epicentre conducts research and impact evaluations in different settings and countries.

Over the years, Epicentre has conducted several research projects and impact evaluations in communities, hospitals and clinics, and workplaces in South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho for a range of clients, partnering with several research or funding organisations.

The following featured projects give an idea about the services that Epicentre provided for each of these projects:

Other projects that Epicentre is currently involved in

SAMRC YW&G impact evaluation (2016-2019)

To determine the impact of the Global Fund intervention on HIV incidence in a household-based representative sample of young women and girls in ten districts across seven provinces in South Africa.

CAPRISA Adolescent Network Study (2016-2018)

To identify HIV transmission linkages that contribute to the source of infection in adolescent girls in rural KwaZulu-Natal.

CAPRISA ARV File Review (2015-2018)

To identify gaps and weaknesses in HIV and TB service delivery, specifically in uncovering bottlenecks in the detection and management of 2nd and 3rd line ART failure and TB drug resistance.

SAMRC ANC and HCT evaluation (2016-2017)

To assess if routine antenatal care data could replace the national study and evaluating the standard of HIV counselling and testing.

SAMRC validation of the death register (2017-2018)

To assess the accuracy of the SA death register.

NICD Crag+ study (2017-2018)

To evaluate the screening and treatment for Cryptococci meningitis in SA.

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